Need help setting up SSL

Hello Guys,

I managed to setup my site with Cloudflare, whenever I put in www.domain.com.au it convert to https://domain.com.au there is no www. in between https:// and domain… Can anyone help me to rectify this issue please…?

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That’s an email address. Your website shouldn’t have an @ in the hostname.

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@sdayman I am so sorry for the typo, post have been edited and corrected…

FYI…

My site is www.carpestsolution.com.au

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3
BRANCHS NETWORK
it is not a typo ?

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Can you please elaborate @robert.amberwitch

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I’m not a linguist but i think there is a typo/missing character in “BRANCHS NETWORK” and in
“resonable prcing and reliability.”
just wanted to let you know :slight_smile:
reasonable pricing and reliability.” ??
For me your SSL seems to work. You sorted it out ?
Found one more :stuck_out_tongue:
“Deodrising”

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Thanks @robert.amberwitch for bringing this into my notice, I will certainly speak with my web designer about it and correct it…

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Will let you know in case I spot anything else :stuck_out_tongue:

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Thanks for the support mate…

Cheers

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No problem

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This issue is because your application (Wordpress) is using the domain without www. prepended.

To fix this, ensure that your DNS A records resolve both www. and @ to the same host.

Then, within Wordpress you need to update the Wordpress Address and Site Address to include the www. part of the domain.

Would you guide me how to do it step by step as I am not very much into this… Your help will be appreciated…

Can you share your DNS A records for the domain?

Do you have administrator access to your WordPress install (required to make the neccessary changes).

Then I can guide you where to go and what to do.

Sure, Can we get connect on IM…?

I don’t have any IM, happy if you leave your email?

[email protected]

Hello Rob,

Please see the screenshot.

Hey! You don`t need this old style www…
But if you really need it - check your .htaccess - these rules might be there…