Not Solved [General] Installing a SSl certificate
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I am trying to install a letsencrypt certificate. But after installing it my templates were not clearly loading. So, I contacted the letsencrypt community and they referred me this post. https://docs.mybb.com/1.8/faq/styles/

But when I am opening the settings.php file, I am seeing its empty. Any suggestions regarding this??

I am have fresh copy of mybb downloaded to my computer. In that I looked into. Should I be looking into the file that is uploaded in the site?

I hope I am explaining it right. Has anybody faced this kind of problems?
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A link to your forum would be helpful.

Firstly, your settings.php file shouldn't be empty. In your ACP > Tools & Maintenance, check to see that your settings.php file is writable. See here for what your file permissions should be set to. Also, be sure to check that your Board URL under ACP > Settings > Site Details has been updated to https:// instead of http://. You will also want to hit Save as well on the settings page so they can be written to the settings.php file.

If that doesn't work, take a look here.
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(2019-02-03, 03:44 PM)Wires Wrote: A link to your forum would be helpful.

Firstly, your settings.php file shouldn't be empty. In your ACP > Tools & Maintenance, check to see that your settings.php file is writable. See here for what your file permissions should be set to. Also, be sure to check that your Board URL under ACP > Settings > Site Details has been updated to https:// instead of http://. You will also want to hit Save as well on the settings page so they can be written to the settings.php file.

If that doesn't work, take a look here.

I checked, the settings file is green and saying writable.

So, you are saying that if I update the url in ACP>Settings>Site Details, then I don't need to update the settings.php file? Or, I have to manually change it too?
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