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So here is the story.I got a free SSL certificate 10 days ago but I decided to unistall it.I unistalled it today from the cpanel,I changed the default url to my forums but I have 2 issues:

1)https:// version still exists.And yes it's empty.

2)In google search result my forum appears in the https:// version.

Can anyone help me resolve these issues?
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#2
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idk why you would uninstall a free feature now. I would suggest readding it but in the end it is your forum.

1. use a page rule to redirect hTTPS to http
2. google ranks https:// higher than http:// it will be a while before you see your http:// link on google
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#3
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(2016-03-15, 01:24 PM)Aiko Wrote: idk why you would uninstall a free feature now. I would suggest readding it but in the end it is your forum.

1. use a page rule to redirect hTTPS to http
2. google ranks https:// higher than http:// it will be a while before you see your http:// link on google


https:// is hardly a google ranking factor.
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(2016-03-15, 02:00 PM)sterg Wrote:
(2016-03-15, 01:24 PM)Aiko Wrote: idk why you would uninstall a free feature now. I would suggest readding it but in the end it is your forum.

1. use a page rule to redirect hTTPS to http
2. google ranks https:// higher than http:// it will be a while before you see your http:// link on google


https:// is hardly a google ranking factor.

http://searchengineland.com/google-start...tes-199446
http://thenextweb.com/google/2015/12/17/...h-ranking/
https://ahrefs.com/blog/http-vs-https-for-seo/
http://backlinko.com/google-ranking-factors
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#5
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Hey.I still have the problem.I have completely unistalled SSL certificate but https:// version still exists and it shows my site with plain html.
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#6
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Are you the server owner?
Do you use the .htaccess files?

Make sure you have no remaining rewrite rules that redirects www/http to https

If you mean they still exist on google search? It will probably take a while for them to dissapear if at all, you can make a rule to redirect the https to http.
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(2016-03-16, 12:41 PM)mssushii Wrote: Are you the server owner?
Do you use the .htaccess files?

Make sure you have no remaining rewrite rules that redirects www/http to https

If you mean they still exist on google search? It will probably take a while for them to dissapear if at all, you can make a rule to redirect the https to http.

Hey,I am the server owner and I use the .htaccess file.
I tried to redirect https:// to http:// but I get an error: ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS
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#8
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That usually means it's already directing it somewhere else, you need to find out where
I'm not sure how i can help you because i don't know the OS, the SSL or what changes you made

Are you using cloudflare? Or something else like it?
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(2016-03-16, 12:59 PM)sterg Wrote:
(2016-03-16, 12:41 PM)mssushii Wrote: Are you the server owner?
Do you use the .htaccess files?

Make sure you have no remaining rewrite rules that redirects www/http to https

If you mean they still exist on google search? It will probably take a while for them to dissapear if at all, you can make a rule to redirect the https to http.

Hey,I am the server owner and I use the .htaccess file.
I tried to redirect https:// to http:// but I get an error: ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

I think your browser is enforcing HSTS.
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