Have you changed all the links in your site to https?
I deleted all of the files on the server to remove all of the http pages.
Then I change the ‘general’ website address in RW to HttpS
And Publishing Website to HttpS
I noticed RW will only let me use this address with the backslash included… https://www.Horseshoe-Nail-Cross.com/
Have you notified Google webmaster tools of the new https page?
No, I have never used Google’s webmaster tools, but do want to. I’m wanting to wait until I get this straightened out.
In addition to @teefers reply, I don’t see a problem with your site - I don’t need to add the backslash to get there, all your pages work and show a green padlock and if I use http I get redirected to an https page.
You still have those old redirects in the htaccess file, that will give the 302 error.
Is the Theme using Google fonts or did you add them? If you didn’t add them then the Theme developer should change their theme. Right now if someone hits your site over HTTPS all the active mixed content will not load.
Just checked the home page and am getting 46 errors, not all fonts Jquery is not loading either, so basically your site is broken over HTTPS. Looks like the theme has a lot of old code.
I would remove those .htaccess redirects until you fix the mixed content
Your certificate is still on the web server. By removing the redirects you can access any page with either HTTP or HTTPS. So if you want to “test” for mixed content with why no padlock, or check the console, just use the HTTPS version. Once you get the mixed content fixed then put the htaccess stuff I gave you above in.
In the meantime, I wouldn’t worry about running any “SEO” scans, as until you get the HTTPS going your site’s ranking is being penalized.
Doug, you are a Star!!!
Thank you very very much!
You have no idea how grateful I am.
I was up till 4am trying to figure this out.
Now, that I am clear on whynopadlock, and I’ve put in your redirect, I’m ready to start tackling some https pages with mixed content issues and 404 codes I hope