This means that the SSL certificate is not installed on your website. You can follow the tutorial mentioned below on installing the SSL using your cPanel.
Tutorial: How to Install SSL using cPanel
If you’ve already installed the SSL, chances are there that your domain is being redirected to the wrong web hosting or server, we would recommend you double-check that. Or your domain is still under DNS Propagation, where it is better to wait for the DNS propagation to be completed.
This means that the SSL is installed on your website, but your website is available on both HTTP and HTTPS protocols. You can implement force HTTPS on your website by using cPanel or .htaccess file. We’ve explained both the methods below.
Enabling force HTTPS using cPanel is relatively easier if you’re a newbie. You can follow these steps to do the same:
To implement force HTTPS using .htacess file, you can simply follow this complete guide on the entire process.
Tutorial: How to Force Redirect HTTP to HTTPS using .htacess file
This means that an SSL certificate is installed on your website but it doesn’t match your domain name. You’ll have to install the SSL certificate again using cPanel to fix the issue.
This issue has nothing to do with your cPanel or Web Hosting. This means that the images and assets on your webpage are hosted on a non-secure source working over HTTP protocol. Changing the source or updating the URL to HTTPS will fix this issue.
If the Issue still isn’t resolved on your website, feel free to contact our Customer Support over the Live Chat, Email or Ticket system in your dashboard and we’ll be happy to have a look at it.
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