Your website was working fine, but after adding SSL you’re seeing an error. Try the suggestions in this Community Tip for best practices for dealing with the message “Future home of something quite cool”.
Your Wordpress web site was loading correctly before you implmented SSL. But after implmenting SSL, you are no longer able to access your site. When this happens, you’ll see a page from your hosting provider that says “Future home of something quite cool. If you’re the site owner, log in to launch this site. If you are a visitor, check back soon”.
Quick Fix Ideas
Your origin server is not configured for access over HTTPS and your SSL setting on the Crypto tab is Full or Full (Strict). Set SSL to Flexible and try to access the site. If it loads properly, install an orgin certificate and switch SSL to Full on your Crpto tab. For Flexible SSL, you can use this plugin.
Your Wordpress instance with GoDaddy was created using Instalatron. Check your installation confirmation email to see if you installed it using https:// or http:// and that it was installed in the root and not a subdirectory, like
The file .htaccess is usually hidden. Make sure you can View Hidden Files. If it does not exist, create it. Add the following line to your .htaccess file:
Header always set Content-Security-Policy: upgrade-insecure-requests
Your hosting provider has changed or has changed the location of your server, contact your hosting provider for assistance.
Have your hosting provider make sure port 443 is open.
If you manually type in
https://example.comand it works, force HTTPS from the Cloudflare Crypto tab by enabling Always Use HTTPS and Automatic HTTPS Rewrites.
If You Need More Help
This community of other Cloudflare users may be able to assist you, if not, login to Cloudflare and then contact Cloudflare Support. When you contact support, make sure to include as much of this information as possible: domain name, screen shots, Ray ID, and/or HAR file(s).
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