My domain is visiasia.co.id hosted in DigitalOcean.
Before I connected my domain to CloudFlare, I have already setup the SSL via terminal using Let’s Encrypt.
And today I have just connected it successfully to CloudFlare without any problem.
Then I set the full encryption with SSL from my CloudFlare account (Check the image from link below) CloudFlare Full SSL
I have also setup the Wordpress setting on my domain to direct it to https (Check the image from link below) Wordpress URL HTTPS
CONFLICT / PROBLEM FACED
When I tried to access the domain using Chrome, the domain is running under HTTPS automatically.
But when I tried it on Firefox, the domain has problem with the SSL.
How can I resolve this issue?
What is the problem here?
For me even in Firefox, it works without issue. The only thing I noticed is that your domain doesn’t automatically redirect to HTTP, neither in Chrome nor in Firefox. I will have to go to the HTTPS version by manually typing out HTTPS:// in front of the URL.
Have you tried turning on “Always Use HTTPS” under SSL/TLS -> Edge Certificates or “Automatic HTTPS Rewrites” under that same menu?
I can’t seem to reproduce that error, have you tried it in an incognito/private window as well. Looking this error up in Google shows some people solved it by removing the cookies + cache for that specific domain. Which could make sense as well since you have tried and loaded it with other settings before.
I would suggest going for CF as the SSL cert provider, so yes removing that on the host might also help. Not sure what would happen if you have two SSL certs for the same domain from different requests actually.
I forgot to mention about it, yes I always open my site on incognito.
I never leave any cookies and cache on all of my browsers.
I will try to remove the SSL from my server.
And BTW for more information, I use RunCloud to manage my droplet in DigitalOcean.
So basically my hosting is using a managed platform and I deployed the server using RunCloud.
I even installed Wordpress by using their “1 click install” feature.