Let’s Encrypt & OpenGraph | Not Sub Domain - The certificate is not trusted in all web browsers.
Upon checking the SSL via
SSL Checker (sslshopper.com). It says that:
The certificate is not trusted in all web browsers. You may need to install an Intermediate/chain certificate to link it to a trusted root certificate.
Learn more about this error. The fastest way to fix this problem is to contact your SSL provider.
When trying to use OpenGraph, Facebook trying to throw this error:
SSL Error: Can’t validate SSL Certificate. Either it is self-signed (which will cause browser warnings) or it is invalid.
Curl Error: Curl error: 60 (SSL_CACERT)
That’s why I check my SSL information to see the problem, because my OG is not working to non sub-domain but back then the subdomain with ssl works before.
@Prunity, you can safely ignore it. Read this:
If you have installed an SSL certificate on InfinityFree, you may want to use an SSL Checker tool to verify your SSL certificate was installed correctly. However, when doing so, you see an error like this:
The certificate is not trusted in all web browsers. You may need to install an Intermediate/chain certificate to link it to a trusted root certificate. Learn more about this error. The fastest way to fix this problem is to contact your SSL provider.
What does this warning mean for your sit…
But I wonder why my OpenGraph doesn’t work.
The ‘og:image’ property should be explicitly provided, even if a value can be inferred from other tags.
The following required properties are missing: og:url, og:type, og:title, og:image, og:description, fb:app_id
But I already have this settings already like:
I used https://www.opengraph.xyz to generate everything
did you install the certificate? which one did you choose? from where? hope you didn’t choose the self-signed!
In order to get a padlock in the address bar in your website, you need to install an SSL certificate on your website. This article describes how to do that.
If you would rather watch a video, scroll down to the bottom of this article.
Installing an SSL certificate
The first step to install an SSL certificate is of course to get the SSL certificate. You will need to get your SSL certificate from a certificate vendor of your choice. InfinityFree also provides free SSL certificates in the client …
I’m trying to re-create a new one today.
I am now using
Free SSL Certificates - InfinityFree Let’s Encrypt Provider and still the same output. OpenGraph not working
did you install the certificate?
Yes from Free Certificates every thing is fine except for the OpenGraph
This is the output in facebook debug
and also here’s the output of opengraph.xyz
This security system will block almost any tool that wants to generate OpenGraph tags (and most other automated access):
InfinityFree is a website hosting service. That means that the hosting accounts we provided are intended for hosting websites. Websites contain pages that are accessed through web browsers. InfinityFree is not intended to be used for file sharing, API hosting, database hosting or background tasks/tools.
To help enforce this, free hosting enforces a security system that makes sure that anyone trying to access your website is using a normal web browser. This is done by checking whether the web br…
Try using Cloudflare. It will get around that restriction. You can also use it for SSL
I will show you how to easily set up Cloudflare, Edit Records, and Troubleshoot with images!
PLEASE READ BEFORE STARTING!!!
Cloudflare cannot be used on free subdomains from InfinityFree.
You can use Cloudflare on Custom Domains ( yoursite.com) and with Custom Sub-Domains ( subdomain.yoursite.com).
A video tutorial can be found at the end of this guide, should you get stuck.
You must connect your domain to your InfinityFree account first. Read more here.
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