Cloudfare – SSL Settings
To make sure the SSL works with Cloudfare on your website do the following.
Cpanel > CloudFare > Manage Account > Settings > SSL = Full Strict
That will sort out the problem and enable your website to work with SSL and Cloudfare
Here is how SiteGround helped me in 4 minutes 53 seconds with this problem
CloudFlare was not set to work with SSL – I did it for you from the cpanel > CloudFlare > Settings > SSL > Full Strict
Josh Jenner: I am getting the following on a chrome browser for the website
This page isn’t working
www.joshswebsiteportfolio.com redirected you too many times.
Try clearing your cookies.
I’ve tried logging in on Firefox and Edge – same thing.
I cleared my cookies on the browser.
I googled the problem which seems to be an FTP change maybe. But thats where my knowledge ends and now I’m messaging you guys!
Josh Jenner: This question is related to account:getridofbellyfat.co.uk
Bozhidar P.: Hello Josh and welcome to the chat
Josh Jenner: Hello
Bozhidar P.: I am checking your site
Bozhidar P.: CloudFlare was not set to work with SSL – I did it for you from the cpanel > CloudFlare > Settings > SSL > Full Strict
Bozhidar P.: Please clear the browser’s cache and check it
Josh Jenner: It works!
Josh Jenner: Thanks – I’ll remember that next time
Josh Jenner: And thanks for the very fast help and problem solve !
Bozhidar P.: You are most welcome, Josh !
Bozhidar P.: If anything comes up – please feel free to contact us anytime
Josh Jenner: Thanks. Have a great weekend
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