An unexpected error occurred:
Error creating new order :: too many certificates (5) already issued for this exact set of domains in the last 168 hours: eyupsultancenter.org, retry after 2023-02-20T11:46:59Z: see https://letsencrypt.org/docs/duplicate-certificate-limit/
When you run this command, the certonly part means that it will only obtain the cert (which you've done successfully, five times now), but not configure your web server (or other software) to use that cert. And since "Digital Ocean: Ubuntu ^20" isn't a web server (it's a VPS provider and a name and version of a Linux distribution), we can't give you any further pointers on where to even start looking for instructions on how to configure it.
When you figure out what web server software you're running, consult its documentation for information on how to configure it to use one of the five certs you've already obtained.
Digital Ocean mainly provides VPS hosting, so OP is pretty much on his own here.
Well, we could assist with the certificates part.. But currently, there's no IP address for eyupsultancenter.org (nor the www subdomain) in the DNS tree. So having a working HTTP(S) server without an IP address is a problem in the first place.
Next, we're indeed seriously lacking information here, as "Ubuntu" (as stated in the OP) is not a webserver, but a Linux distribution indeed. So it would be helpful for OP to tell us the actual webserver used too.
Interesting; there was a few hours ago. Seems like a step backward.
@s1imdev, be aware that if you're considering just destroying the instance and starting over, this will lose the certificates you've created and you won't be able to make any more for a week. That is not the path to success here.
We could, but OP already has that--five times over.
Fair point but at the start they did not know what web server they were running, thought port 80 was open when it was not, and wondered if Cloudflare could help them.
To me that sounded like they didn't understand the products they purchased and so I suggested contacting that provider. If nothing else, on Digital Ocean's home page there is a link for their community which could help them get their basic server setup.
They now have Cloudflare CDN and CF got a cert from Google Trust Services. Their home page gets a 403 so may not have viable server yet. And, I don't see any other certs in the log so they may be using Flex mode. But, these decisions are best resolved at Cloudflare's community