I have two websites I am working on making SSL positive and moving over to HTTPS.
My website for elev8blacktown.info when I enter it like this:
https://elev8blacktown.info/ (not entirely secure)
My website hauntedhouseblacktown.info when entered like this:
https://hauntedhouseblacktown.info/ (not entirely secure)
https://www.hauntedhouseblacktown.info/ (not entirely secure)
Both of them use wordpress and are hosted on Amazon AWS platform. The websites are running as an instance and have a dedicated ip address and using route 53 to setup ns and a records.
I am using A records only at the moment to point my website to my domain.
A Record, value IP, www
A Record, Value IP, non WWW
Hopefully someone can help and would be really appreciated.
Your site is serving a non-secure asset on the page. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Security/Mixed_content/How_to_fix_website_with_mixed_content
On https://elev8blacktown.info/ it appears to be the logo according to Chrome’s developer tools.
You can try enabling " Automatic HTTPS Rewrites" on the SSL/TLS app and see if that fixes it. Otherwise you may wan to update the source/settings for the log.
Thank you. Very helpful it got me thinking. My logo was using http:// so I adjust it to HTTPS and it fixed it.
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