I’m not seeing an error for both the private key and certificate anymore. When I press submit it doesn’t go to another page but doesn’t show any errors either. The page refreshes itself. On the SSL Certificates page Status states that Valid SSL Is Installed, Issuer GoGetSSL.
However, when I install the plugin Really Simple SSL on Wordpress it states that no SSL are found on the domain. I realize that on some browsers the page loads as https and others its http. I want all pages on the website to load as https.
I did receive a padlock but it was http and not https. At first the private key was showing error after being submitted but it seems to be ok now. Only problem now is after I install the plugin Really Simple SSL on wordpress it states no SSL is found on the domain. I did this because on some browsers the site loads up as http and on others https.
This is likely caused by the fact that there is no CA chain. That’s a known limitation of free hosting. It doesn’t really affect your website and you can ignore the warning from Really Simple SSL.
If you can access your website at https://(your domain) without errors, it means the SSL certificate was installed successfully. After that, you can force HTTPS for all visitors by following the link shared by @KangJL .