I learned HTML in the late 90s. I have learned just enough since then to make my website seem, hopefully, retro but not dated. I recently learned that my website comes up with a warning if anyone tries to use https instead of http. I need to figure out how to fix this. I used ctrl+shift+i in Chrome and learned that the problem is that it doesn't have a certificate. Since I'm not trying to sell anything or ask for personal info, I thought that this was still OK, but apparently I need to add a certificate because Google Chrome seems to automatically assume https for a URL, and I don't know if a domain level certificate is enough, or if every single page needs its own certificate, or how to add a certificate. I apologize for asking such amateur questions and if there is a thread where this has already been addressed, please just point me to it. I am feeling overwhelmed!
I don't know what some of these terms mean, but I filled out the form as best I could. I could not find all of the answers on my cpanel. Thanks so much for any help!
It produced this output: First a warning that the site wasn't secure: "Your connection is not private
To get Chrome’s highest level of security, turn on enhanced protection,"
then when I clicked through it, it produced a white screen that said, "Apache is functioning normally," instead of displaying my website. This happened in both Chrome and Edge.
My web server is (include version): https://x12.x10hosting.com/ (I think this is what you're asking for; I can't find info about the version).
The operating system my web server runs on is (include version): DirectAdmin Web Control Panel (I use an FTP client).
My hosting provider is: X10hosting
I don't know if I can login to a root shell on my machine.
I'm using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel): I usually use FileZilla to FTP, but I have access to a DirectAdmin Web Control Panel as well.
I don't know what a CertBot is. I usually use Filezilla for FTP, version 18.104.22.168