SSL is not working

ssl

#1

Hi, community!

I have a request for an SSL 2 days ago.

I think configuration is ok but don’t know what’s going on. It’ll take more time? as it is said up to 24h but I am confused. Looking forward to the help.

My domain http://rajibkarmaker.me/

Thanks in advance.


#2

Your Page is currently not behind Cloudflare.

Check the DNS records and ensure that thyey are set to :orange:


#4

MarkMeyer should I wait for more days or there is something I did mistake.

Thanks you.


#5

MarkMeyer.

SSL is now working. Thank you for the help.


#6

Welcome :slight_smile:


#7

Please what are the steps you took. Because u have the same issue with my website https://www.sweetupdate.com.

Thanks in advance


#8

Please check your DNS record as per markMeyer said.


#9

Hello, I have the similar problem. I activated SSL certificate 2 days ago, did all required settings (change nameservers, added flexible SSL, added page rules for HTTPS, and selected the 2 options available - always use HTTPS and HTTPS rewrites). Also, I installed the plugin to fix the insecure content related to HTPPS and thought I could fix the issue. However, I don’t know what happened because it sometimes shows me the insecure connection and sometimes the full HTTPS. Here is the website: http://horror-valley.com/ What could be the problem? Is it maybe cache related?


#10

Whatever I try I get redirected to https… :thinking:

But do yourself and you customers a favor: don’t use Flexible. Though I am sure you will use shopify or something similar.


#11

Thank you, now I believe it’s a cache problem.

No, I don’t plan to use Shopify at all. Why it’s good to avoid flexible SSL? I have it on three websites already and never experienced any problem with that.


#12

It#s not really a problem. It’s about security.

Flexible encrypts traffic between your visitors and Cloudflare but traffic between CF and your server remains unencrypted. So anything between them will be transmitted in plain text.


#13

Thank you, it is good to know that. Is there any better solution here with the Cloudflare SSL?


#14

Cloudflare SSL is fine. You just need a certificate on your origin to make use of the full encryption.


#15

I have that too as a form of Cliudflare SSL plugin if that’s enough


#16

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