Why Does Your HTTPS Site Have No Padlock? | Heartland Logic
You have bought a SSL certificate and had it installed on your website but your site still doesn't have that padlock when you go to it in a web browser. There can be several reasons for this: 1) The SSL certificate was installed incorrectly. This happens because installing a SSL certificate and be tricky. One of the issues could be giving the wrong information to the company that is generating the certificate for you. We use several different tools at Heartland Logic, a couple of them are and . These tools will usually tell you what is wrong, but you may need help with fixing the issue. 2) You are running WordPress and the website has not be switched over yet to use HTTPS. This is a common problem with WordPress sites. People think that because WordPress is so easy to use, they just need to put on a SSL certificate and they are good to go and everything will be fine. Not so, while WordPress is easy to use