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( After Connecting SSL’s my wp-admin page refused to open)
Error Message -
(This site can’t provide a secure connection
softwarify.com sent an invalid response.
Other information - I’m stuck in this loop ever since when i created an account on this website… This is going like maybe 15 - 20 times now
( When i reinstall the wp to overwrite the not-working one, it works with not ssl certificate buh when i add the ssl certificate the website will stop work when… Am using Really Simple SSL.)
I am fed up gonna give up on this platform soon
The problem is that you are forcing HTTPS with the Really Simple SSL Plugin, but there is not a certificate installed on your website.
Before forcing HTTPS,
always make sure your site can actually be loaded over HTTPS first.
Can you screenshot the client area page with the certificate for me?
You still do not get it
Did you do this?
If you’re using free hosting with your own domain or a subdomain, you’ll want to make your website work over HTTPS (SSL). Fortunately, InfinityFree provides all the tools you need to make it so. If you like videos better then text guides, scroll on down to the bottom of this guide.
This guide uses the control panel functions and the Free SSL Certificates tool provided by InfinityFree to get SSL up and running on your site.
Step 1: Set up the domain on your hosting account
The first thing to do…
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 …
Perhaps you need to consider this as well
WordPress is a great and very popular website building tool, and Cloudflare is a great way to get HTTPS on your website for free. Thanks to Cloudflare’s Flexible SSL system, you don’t even need to manage SSL certificates to use it!
However, getting WordPress to show a padlock and make all pages work can be a bit tricky. This article explains a good way to configure your website correctly with Cloudflare Flexible SSL.
Heads up! Instead of making WordPress work with Flexible SSL, you can also c…
Take note as well
Do you often see this on your WordPress website?
If so you may need to change some of the installation settings.
Make sure you are using the following settings when using Softaculous Install
You can access your existing installation via
Make sure these are the settings used
On the WordPress config
To play safe, add this line to the wp-config.php
I have paid ssl on… Is this type of problem I’ll be coming across when I upgrade my plan to premium…?
But why is it not working…?
I have paid ssl on
Did you install it on the hosting account?
Please show proof…
This is it from Cloudflare
What mode (flexible or full mode) is CloudFlare running on?
Do you have https redirect in the .htaccess at the same time?
I don’t remember maybe on full mode. And the .htaccess
Is this gonna work or i should just reinstall wp. And guide me through the ssl certificate process
And the .htaccess
Then I do not know how to help you
This would not help. I cannot help you if you do not have the details
Let check the . htaccess file
This is what i have on htaccess file
I have remove my website from Cloudflare
If your domain is using Cloudflare and you get an ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR error, it either means that Cloudflare hasn’t installed an SSL certificate for your domain yet on their platform, or that you’re not connected to Cloudflare at all due to DNS caching. In either case, waiting for 24 hours usually solves it. Just, whatever you do, don’t touch the DNS settings of your domain or the settings at Cloudflare, because you’ll likely only make things worse.
Note that the SSL mode in Cloudflare doesn’t affect this. That setting only controls how traffic is secured between your hosting account and Cloudflare, but this issue is between you and Cloudflare.
If you don’t want to use Cloudflare’s, that’s OK too. But then please note that you’ll need to install an SSL certificate on your hosting account for your domain if you want to use HTTPS. You can use our Free SSL Certificates tool for that.
I want to reinstall everything and using paid ssl from namecheap…
When connect the ssl how will I check to know if the ssl has connect before forcing it with ssl
By loading your site over HTTPS
Or what if I use infinityfree ssl certificate is my problem going to be reduce…?
Using the paid doesn’t seems working either
Sure? I mean you don’t have any certificates installed right now, so I can’t give you a definite answer.
If you already have a certificate, upload it to the control panel under SSL/TLS.