Other common browser errors after installing your SSL certificate are listed here:
Net: ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID.” Error
The common name on an SSL certificate is your domain name, which should match with the web address in your host. For example, if you want to secure yoursite.com, with an SSL certificate, your common name should be yoursite.com.
How to fix this error:
- Ensure the Domain Has the Correct Certificate Installed: If the domain a certificate is installed on is not covered by the cert, there is a mismatch between the certificate and the domain.
- Check for Redirects: make sure to check whether your browser is forcefully redirecting visitors to the other version of your website. If yes, please eliminate the redirects.
- WWW vs. Non-WWW: are you redirecting your page to the WWW or non-WWW version of the domain. This is important because not all SSL certificates cover both the WWW and non-WWW versions of a website by default
Redirect from HTTP to HTTPS
You have installed your SSL certificate accordingly to the instructions but your website is still showing as non-secure. Make sure to check if your website is available on the HTTPS version.
How to fix this issue:
- If your website is available over HTTPS, make sure to check your server's configuration on how to redirect your page from HTTP to HTTPS
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