Security certificate has expired, how to renew?

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Hi @abbavillage

if you use wix, there should be an integrated solution. If the certificate is expired (your www-version runs on wix and has an expired certificate), you should ask wix why the renew doesn't work.

That's a "closed world".

The security certificate we are having trouble with is from Let’s Encrypt. Both WIX and the domain host said that their certificates are renewed and up to date. Attached is the screenshot for your reference, thanks


Your www version has an expired certificate -
1 days expired, - 2 entries

But checking the source code

<meta name="generator" content=" Website Builder"/>

it’s a Wix site.

So you have to ask Wix.

PS: Wix uses Letsencrypt certificates. But that’s a wix problem.

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