Problems wth google and facebook ouath20 on droplets

I deployed a website on my droplet, I use local authentication, google and facebook auth, my problem is,facbebook and google do not regard my site as an SSL certified site, if a user requests to login with either fb or google, the callback url is in http instead of htps.This wasnt happening when I was on localhost or heroku,so I wanted to ask if there is anything I should do to solve this problem.Thanks in advance :)

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It finally worked the problem was with the nginx config I did this run $sudo nano /etc/nginx/sites-available/default

server {
    clear everything that is here and paste/write this code
    listen 80;
    return 301$request_uri;
Bobby Iliev
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June 23, 2021

Hi there @zaidanali028,

Do you have an SSL certificate installed for your Domain name? If not what I could suggest is to use Nginx as a reverse proxy as described in this tutorial here:

And then once you have Nginx configured, you could get a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate as per the instructions here:

Let me know how this goes! Regards, Bobby

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