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MSheehan
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Website not working on Safari

I set up a website on Hubspot in March, and I had some issues with my SSL, however the site was still working.

Now that I have fixed the issue with my SSL, the website does not show up on Safari. When I try to look it up on my phone, it says "This page is unavailable".

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BettinaHorvath
Member

Website not working on Safari

Have any of you who had problems solved the issue and if so how?

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Nevaeh3456
Member

Website not working on Safari

My website https://apkcalm.com is also not displaying on Safari. Can anyone please guide me on what could be issue behind my website not displaying on Safari. It displays well on Chrome and other browsers.

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MSheehan
Member

Website not working on Safari

Update: If I type in https://www.plantandi.ie instead of just www.plantandi.ie the site will come up. www.plantandi.ie on it's own doesn't work however.

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himanshurauthan
Thought Leader | Elite Partner
Thought Leader | Elite Partner

Website not working on Safari

Hello @MSheehan 

Even though you have fixed your SSL issue, it's possible that there are still issues with the SSL certificate. You can use an SSL checker tool to confirm that the SSL certificate is properly installed and configured.

If this also does not work plz let me know.

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BettinaHorvath
Member

Website not working on Safari

I have exactly the same issue as described here. Safari doesn't show my website unless I'm logged in Hubspot. When I manually add https:// it works fine. Friends with Safari report the same problem. 
I did the SSL test and it comes back fine. 

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Do you have any further ideas what could be the issue and how to solve it?

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BettinaHorvath
Member

Website not working on Safari

This is the exact errorpage

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MSheehan
Member

Website not working on Safari

I used 2 SSL checkers and they say that the website has SSL that's used by all major web browsers. The page shows up on Safari as unavailable, it also has the "not secure" symbol in the corner on the unavailable page., but I don't see how not having the SSL on Safari would make the page unavailable. 

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