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GoDaddy SSL + another hosting provider

Hi all,

I have purchased an SSL Certificate from GoDaddy and I have used CRT createdd on my cPanel to generate SSL. I have then installed that SSL on my cPanel and activated it. In cPanel it shows SSL as being used on domains i want it to be used on, but there is still not secure tag on my website.

 

Please help.

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@delicluka 

 

Implementation of an SSL can typically take anywhere between a couple of minutes to 72-hours on the norm. If you just did it, there's a good possibility that it will take a while to implement the certificate.

Give it a bit of time. If it doesn't show withing that 72-hour timeframe, give GoDaddy a call or hit them up on live chat to help you out.



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@delicluka 

 

Implementation of an SSL can typically take anywhere between a couple of minutes to 72-hours on the norm. If you just did it, there's a good possibility that it will take a while to implement the certificate.

Give it a bit of time. If it doesn't show withing that 72-hour timeframe, give GoDaddy a call or hit them up on live chat to help you out.



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Resolver III

a random thought. Did you try to type https://<yourdomain>  to your web browser? It is possible that you don't have an automatic redirect from HTTP to HTTPS. 

 

Best

Dan

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I've worked around (not only) SSL security for over 20 years in enterprises and startups. 

I am now running an HTTPS expiry management service KeyChest.net