Hi. I’m a new DevKinsta customer, but in the long tradition of me finding ways to break things right out of the box (goes all the way back to when I was a kid), I’ve already managed to flummox the Kinsta techs, so they referred me over here for help.
FYI, I’m a fairly sophisticated WP user, but definitely not a coder, so please assume I know nothing (and you won’t be far off). For instance, my head immediately starts to hurt just looking at Docker.
So as described above, my DevKinsta site is showing “Not Secure” on all browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera), so I don’t think it’s a browser issue. SSL and HTTPS is turned on in DevKinsta, and my local certificate appears to be set up properly (I shared screen shots of the cert set up in Keychain with Eugene at Kinsta and he agreed that it all looks spiffy).
I’m on a Mac running 10.14.6 (Mojave).
I’m not sure that I can move forward with working on my site locally (DevKinsta) if it’s giving me this warning. Does anybody know? I can get by with the warning so long as when I push the site to live it’s OK.
Does anybody know how to fix this “Not Secure” certificate issue?
If it can’t be fixed, should I be OK pushing to live or no?
Any help/insights would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!