I just installed Moodle, on a web site (iovolo.online) which uses https protocol with http being redirected to https.
One of the problems I'm encountering (the other being related to the confirm-logout issue) is that, if I connect to the site with Firefox there's no problem, but if do that with Vivaldi, Konqueror (on Linux) or Safari, Chrome (on MacOS) the displayed page is this:
That is, the page is not displayed according to Moodle CSS. If you notice, in the address area, there is the icon of a lock red-colored. By clicking on it I get
which tells me that for some reason, even the certificate (provided by Let's Encrypt), the connection is not deemed secure.
Actually Konqueror tells me that the SSL connection is OK:
Now, if I go in the Site settings and I change the following option:
to allow for Insecure content, the site is correctly displayed, although with a still insecure connection.
So, since it appears that my Moodle site has some insecure content (but mind you, I haven't uploaded any course yet!) I thought about doing an http-to-https conversion with the security tool provided by Moodle; i.e.,
And I don't understand why my instance is still running on HTTP. Continuing I get:
And after having commanded the conversion I get:
But the process doesn't change the final result, and I am still unable to access the site without allowing the insecure content.
Any idea or suggestion would be highly appreciated.
Have a lovely day!