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SSL not working in wordpress

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by Duunia, May 13, 2015.

  1. Duunia

    Duunia Newbie

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    Hello!

    Can someone help me out fast? We bougth SSL cerficate into our wordpress website and for some reason it doesnt work. We have installed cerficate into the servers and it should be working, we have also tested almost all wordpress plugins related to "Force to https" etc..

    Site is

    w ww . Duunia . f i


    How can i make everything to go via SSL? :cool:

    Looking for a fast solution, thanks!
     
  2. pxoxrxn

    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    Are you trying to force HTTPS? Have you changed your website URL in General>settings?

    Also in Alache, make sure your address is HTTPS and that the HTTP version is an alias of the new address.
     
  3. Duunia

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    I have tried "Force HTTPS" and all other plugins too and i have changed address in general settings, without success.
     
  4. IceHD

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    The website works with https, but the unsafe message appears. Had that issue once because the cert wasn't installed correctly on the server. You can talk with your hoster's support to fix it.
     
  5. Gogol

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    "Help me FAST" is something that should not be done for free. Anyway, if you have done everything else correctly, then I guess your https is not working because you have non https urls in your theme which is causing the connections not to be secure. Look into that and your problem will be solved
     
  6. cro-mag

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    I see that it is an almost brand new website.
    remove the wordpress version , and reinstall it , when you are asked the verssion you want.... select https://www, and all will be working smoothly.

    I`m speaking about installing wordpress via softaculos. or any other 3rd party should have this option available
     
  7. pxoxrxn

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    Are you working with a self-managed VPS or shared hosting? You need to give us more detail, saying "I've used all the plugins" isn't enough for us to help. Your sites-available .conf file should look something like this:

    Notice the port 443 instead of 80 and the HTTPS_HOST
     
  8. Duunia

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    Now it looks like that admin panel has cerficate, but its not trusted.

    It says:

    This CA Root cerfificate is not trusted. To enable trust, install this cerfificate in trusted root cerfification authorities store.

    How can i make it trusted and what other things i am doing wrong?

    Also it is new, but there is so much information already that i don't wanna re-install it.
     
  9. cro-mag

    cro-mag Power Member

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    the best way to go on this is to contact your hosting provider support. as we don`t have all the information relevant to your problem ... so we can help you out ...
     
  10. laowai

    laowai Power Member

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    Sounds like the problem has nothing to do with WordPress instead your certificate is not installed properly. You should double check the certificate installation and try to verify it.
     
  11. Ramse

    Ramse Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Did you solve the problem?

    Maybe apache was (or should I say IS) causing the problem?
    Have you double checked the apache configuration?
     
  12. Teotech

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    Just install Intermediate certification too....thats all