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Ipad thinks Wordpress site on droplet is untusted.

I have 2 droplets running Ubuntu 14 with LAMP, one is for development and the other for serving completed sites. Sites are all Wordpress.

The other day a client navigated to a site on the development droplet using an iPad.

For some reason the iPad thinks the site is not trusted.

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Assuming your site works fine on a desktop, and not in mobile devices: this can indicate your intermediate chain is missing or not configured properly.

here is one article describing the issue and possible fixes: https://degreesofzero.com/article/how-to-fix-missing-intermediate-ssl-certificate-errors-in-apache.html

Its not too complicated, just have to have things in the right place and right order.

Untrusted sites usually mean your SSL certificate for the site is invalid or missing. Does his browser have privacy or incognito mode to try your site, i.e., without cookies or stale page cache?


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This question was answered by @sierracircle:

Assuming your site works fine on a desktop, and not in mobile devices: this can indicate your intermediate chain is missing or not configured properly.

here is one article describing the issue and possible fixes: https://degreesofzero.com/article/how-to-fix-missing-intermediate-ssl-certificate-errors-in-apache.html

Its not too complicated, just have to have things in the right place and right order.

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