I previously reached out with an error I had with HubSpot Email Domain @domjh
which was fixed by changing the DNS Proxy Status to “Proxied” to “DNS only” see old thread here: HubSpot Email Domain - #2 by domjh
HTTP content (like images) being loaded and served over HTTPS connection (Website) - possible Mixed content errors / Redirection loops (related to Flexible SSL)
Hm, I do not see it in corelation, but why not having fully secured Website and content even while sending e-mail newsletter which should also contain resources being served via secured connection (HTTPS)?
Solution (if already not being posted):
Here is a way to re-check if you correctly setup the SSL for your domain with Cloudflare:
In case you do not have an SSL certificate, you can use Cloudflare SSL, if so, kindly make sure you follow the instructions as follows on the below article to setup an SSL certificate using Cloudflare CA Origin Certificate:
Last but not least, kindly have a look here for more information regarding correct SSL settings:
After all, kindly enable Always Use HTTPS and Automatic HTTPS Rewrite option just in case and keep the cloud on yourdomain.com (proxied), to do so kindly navigate to the SSL tab → Edge Certificates and find both of the sections there.
In short, Always Use HTTPS option will redirect all the HTTP requests for your Website to HTTPS. The Automatic HTTPS Rewrites option changes the URLs on your Website to be HTTPS if Cloudflare knows the fact that the destination actually works over and supports HTTPS.
Thank you for all these information. I will look into them one by one.
The reason why I placed it in flexible was because our domain host “bizango” doesn’t give us a setting where we can manually upload the SSL certificate from Cloudflare they would have to do it from their end. but they told me that they didn’t need that and that we just had to turn the setting to Flexible and it did show the padlock sign when I enabled it.
I was under the impression that was really it, because to me it seemed to already work. This was the first time I learned about SSL and web security. I was doing a lot of research but couldn’t really figure out the right way.