my account epiz_32414459
my website url https://www.ytchg.click
i have added my website to cloudflare for https where as ytchg.click shows E1 and lets encrypt ssl certificate on https and sometimes it doesnt open i am on infinity free free webhosting plan
Thanking you for act of your kindness
August 19, 2022, 2:06pm
How long ago did you enable Cloudflare on your domain? Please note that this involves a DNS change, which can take up to 72 hours to fully take effect everywhere.
There is not much you can do about that except for wait.
On 19 th of August 2022 I switched to cloudflare dns.
I can open my webapp www.ytchg.click on http but doesn’t opens on https
August 20, 2022, 3:28am
ok for me
Did you do this?
After you’ve enabled SSL for your website, you’ll probably want to redirect all traffic on your website to the https version of your site. There are multiple ways to do that. Let’s compare some commonly used ways.
Using script configuration
Some scripts (including Wordpress) have a setting which allows you to set your website URL. By changing this URL from http://example.com to https://example.com, the script will probably redirect visitors to the https version of your site. Even if your scrip…
Make sure to clear CloudFlare then browser cache
This time now I open
https://www.ytchg.click it shown s this 404
I am using cloudflare free dns services
August 21, 2022, 6:10am
Did you read?
Perhaps you read this as well
If you’ve just created your account, or just added a new domain name to an account, you may be surprised that you are unable to view your website when using the domain. Instead you may see:
An advertisements page, with ?z being added to the URL.
An error saying “This site can’t be reached”.
This is usually caused by a system called DNS Caching. This article explains how DNS Caching works, why your website isn’t up yet and what you can do to see your website right now.
When will I be able to…
Sorry kangJL O i am still getting 404 it more than 72 hours
My be infinity free side fault
August 21, 2022, 3:47pm
No, it is not
Issue is most likely on your end
Your website works for me. (Using Let’s Encrypt E1 SSL)
In my experience, that 404 Error will happen when a domain is active on a hosting account but pointed to the wrong IP Address (A Record). Maybe you should clear your cache?
August 25, 2022, 9:35am
same 404 why
So far none of us is having 404 issue except you.
Problem is on your end.
You can try to access via
September 1, 2022, 9:36am
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