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  • #108405
    Minecraft11
    Guest

    My site using SSL of cloudflare
    I can join https://www.minecraft11.com (WordPress)
    When active Plugin Really Simple SS….Error show:

    Detected setup
    error No SSL detected.
    warning HTTP Strict Transport Security is not enabled. To enable, get Premium
    warning Secure cookie settings not enabled. To enable, get Premium

    How to fix it?

    #108448
    Mark
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    your site uses a default certificate from Hostgator, see https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=www.minecraft11.com. To fix this you can select to use the Cloudflare certificate in the Cloudflare settings. If you have already done so, it’s possible the change takes some time before becoming active.

    Mark

    #109467
    Minecraft11
    Guest

    Thank for help and answer me
    I have active account minecraft11 in Clounflare….but..my site can’t run SSL of Cloudflare
    Cpanel in Hosgator not see Cloudflare

    How to change to Cloudflare Certificate?

    #109541
    Rogier
    Keymaster
    #113234
    Shaun
    Guest

    I have the “Really Simple SSL failed to detect a valid SSL certificate” message on my site http://www.shaunanderson.design when I activate the Really Simple SSL plugin. When I check my site on Qualys SSL Labs I get all “A’s”. My SSL certificate is active on Cloudflare and is set to Flexible. I can’t figure out what to do next.

    #113293
    Rogier
    Keymaster

    Did you try reloading your site over https, as described here?
    https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/no-ssl-detected-but-im-sure-i-have-ssl/

    Either click the button next to this message, or change the URL in your browser address bar to https, then hit enter.

    #113363
    Shaun
    Guest

    Per the documentation, I logged in my site under “https” and it still says “Really Simple SSL failed to detect a valid SSL certificate.” I see the “Reload over https” button but no “enable SSL” button. I hit Reload over https and entered https in the address bar but the site is still not secure.

    #113367
    Rogier
    Keymaster

    That is strange. An alternative method to activate is to add
    define(“RSSSL_FORCE_ACTIVATE”, true);

    To your wp-config.php.

    This will force activate the plugin.

    Let me know if that helps!

    #116021
    anhteomusic
    Participant

    THANKS ALL

    #122853
    Jacky
    Guest

    Hi there,

    I added the code

    define(“RSSSL_FORCE_ACTIVATE”, true);

    to wp-config.php , I still not able to activate Really Simple SSL to my website.

    May I know if there is other steps that I may have missed out?

    #122864
    Rogier
    Keymaster
    #129534
    Narcis
    Guest

    I have the SSL certificate files, how do I install them?

    #129537
    Mark
    Keymaster

    Hi Narcis,

    how to install the SSL certificate differs from hosting provider to hosting provider and server to server. Some hosting providers allow you to install the certificate files yourself, for example via a control panel like Cpanel, while others don’t allow you to install the certificate yourself. For detailed instructions I’d recommend to contact your hosting provider about installing the certificate, they will be able to provide you with more information.

    Mark

    #212423
    nguyen quoc huy
    Guest

    Really Simple SSL has received no response from the webpage. See our knowledge base for instructions on how to fix this warning.
    please i have tried everything& many times, but i could’t fix it

    #212427
    Mark
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    please see the following article fir possible causes and solutions to this warning: https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/how-to-fix-no-response-from-webpage-warning/

    #392498
    Don
    Guest

    Which directory do the certificate files go in when you do them by hand …. 5 hours of looking for this information and NOBODY can seem to talk about directories, only tools … If you don’t have a tool and are installing manually WHERE DO THEY GO ?

    #392529
    Mark
    Keymaster

    Hi Don,

    where the certificate files go differ from server to server, your hosting provider can provide you with the correct directory.

    Mark

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