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35 minutes ago, StevoD said:

Chrome, says my site is not secure.

You should be able to resolve this easily by enabling something called 'SSL'.

Take a look at the advice in this guide: Understanding SSL certificates and let us know if you have any questions.

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I'm assuming your SSL is active but perhaps not configured ideally. Visit @paul2009's link for various settings.

I was able to reach your site at https://www.stevedaytonart.com/.


Now if you visited your site at the insecure URL in the past that address may be cached in the browser and so now if you type in a few characters the auto suggestion is giving you the insecure version.





If you are using a bookmark you'd need to update it to use the correct protocol. https:// vs http://

For Chrome you can clear out the address bar cache by removing the incorrect non secure URL from History.


Let us know how it goes.

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