Hi There, I am new to Cloudflare and has been studying lots of your posts the last days, which I have found interesting. I have been trying to solve the problem of mixed content on my new website for days. I will really appreciate some help. I have tried quite a few of the ideas that I have read about in your posts on here already with no success unfortunately.
My website is www.funeralsingers.net
It is made on a websitebuilder www.justfolio.com so I am not able to go in and change HTML coding with an added S in the images which keep showing HTTP, even after I removed them and re-downloading them in a HTTPS format.
So what I did:
2 warnings, keep coming up.
I checked in google console, and I believe the images are the 2 images that are my background and the big image on top, which are basically my wall paper images.
Initially those 2 images were downloaded from pixabay as free images via justfolio.
After reading advice and posts in this forum. I removed them, found them manually on Pixabay in HTTPS and downloaded them and put them back up again. I purged the caches via cloudflare and waited 24 hours to check my website : No change.
Then I removed both pictures and instead used two of my own bought pictures, purged caches and waited for 24 hours, no change.
Then I tried adding some of cloud flares apps. JS Guardian, Hardenize and Fortify and Seo.
But suddenly my website couldn’t even load in my friends laptop.
So I removed, all those apps, apart from the SEO one, I kept my own photo as the main wall paper, but changed the background to the initial Pixabay free image downloaded from HTTPS.
I tried to put on Strict mode end to end encryption, but I think as I have no certificate on my server, my website just stopped working. So I quite quickly undid that and put it back to the default flexible connection. Can one even put a certificate on a server using a website builder like justfolio? I did download the content mixed ssl plugin app, but couldn’t open the file on my laptop.
I am out of ideas now and it has been soooo enfuriating