Post link preview image not working with https but working fine with http

Dear all,

My domain is: androidraven.com. I installed free Lets encrypt SSL certificate for my website using wp encryption plugin. Installation went successfully without any issue. But after forcing my website to https by post preview image is not visible.

Please check the url of single blog from my site:

  1. URL with https preview image not working

https://androidraven.com/apple-watch-series-6/

  1. URL with http preview image working fine

Please guide how to resolve it

Thanks
Nihal

Welcome to the Forum!

The certificate presented seems to be missing the intermediate cert.
I don't know how WP plugin handles that - maybe there is an update to the plugin?

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Hi @rg305,

Thanks for your quick response. Plugin is up to date.

Before using this WP encryption plugin I tried to manually install the install zero ssl free certification but had this same problem.

Is there any workaround to update the missing the intermediate cert. I am not a technical person though.

Thanks

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There might be but I'm not all to familiar with:
Server: LiteSpeed

I'll do a little searching/reading and get back to you...

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Not completely certain, but let's trying looking in the apache directory for cert file use.
Try showing the output of:
sudo grep -Ri sslcert /etc/apache2/

Where should I run this command?

Anywhere on the server.
[SSH or PuTTY into it]

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Hi @rg305, I am getting command not found error

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try su instead of sudo:
su grep -Ri sslcert /etc/apache2/
or just
grep -Ri sslcert /etc/apache2/

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By running grep -Ri sslcert /etc/apache2/ I am getting No such file or directory message

You wrote ECT not ETC
and there is an extra "space" in there too

sorry. below is the response:

-bash-4.2$ grep -Ri sslcert /etc /apache2/
grep: /etc/ssl/certs/exim.pem: Permission denied
grep: /etc/.etc.version: Permission denied
grep: /etc/security/opasswd: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/kcaredsa_pub.gpg: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/pubring.gpg~: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/pubring.gpg: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/secring.gpg: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/kcare_pub.gpg: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/kcare-gpg/trustdb.gpg: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/proftpd: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/tls/certs/exim.pem: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/rsyslog: Permission denied
grep: /etc/pki/ca-trust/source/ca-bundle.legacy.crt: No such file or directory
grep: /etc/openldap/certs/password: Permission denied
grep: /etc/shadow: Permission denied
Binary file /etc/cl.selector/php-fpm matches
Binary file /etc/cl.selector/lsphp matches
Binary file /etc/cl.selector/php matches
Binary file /etc/cl.selector/php-cli matches
grep: /apache2/: No such file or directory
-bash-4.2$

You need to login as root user first then.

[the prompt will change from "$" to "#"]