My advice would be to get the mixed content issue fixed first.
You can read the error console like a screenplay…
The browser is first complaining that you are pulling jQuery from an insecure source (Google) and is blocking it.
This then has a direct knock-on effect of other functions (like Cluetip) not being able to run, because they have dependencies on jQuery - which as we’ve said already is being blocked.
One way to fixed the mixed content issue is to go into your Stacks settings and opt to use a local version of jQuery. Uncheck all the CDN options:
This is also good practice for greater website privacy and reliability. Make sure your website is publishing to HTTPS in the RapidWeaver settings and then do a full republish of the whole website. It may take a while, but this should ensure things start to work again.
Weirdly I cannot find any reference to ‘Cluetip’ in my Super Tooltips stack.
Perhaps the problem is that you are using a much older version that isn’t SSL compatible and was hard-coding jQuery calls and other things? Checking the source code, the latest version of my Super Tooltips stack is using the Tooltipster plugin as its codebase.
I don’t recognise the source code in the test website as being mine. It certainly looks very old and outdated!
You may need to check your addon versions and seek to upgrade some of them to newer and better versions. Or hire one of us to ‘patch’ these older versions so you can continue using them on an SSL website.