I just installed SSL to my site.
However, it doesn't show green. My site is https://www.treasure-domain.com
https:// still look without SSL (NOT GREEN)

  • Can you give more information like are you using self sign certificate or how did you configured SSL Certificate? – Krishna Pandey Dec 13 '15 at 9:00
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    I not use self sign certificate.I'm using EssentialSSL from ssls.com. First i make a .Key,and generate CSR.I give csr to ssl provider.And i have receive email of my ssl and after i install my ssl with CABUNDLE it not appear green in browser :( – Japar S Dec 13 '15 at 9:04

If you have unsecured content on your page, aka loaded through HTTP and not HTTPS then the bar won't show up green either.

Check all of your scripts, images etc and make sure that they're loaded over HTTPS.

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  • but previously i'm using this SSL and show up the green,but now it nothing :( – Japar S Dec 13 '15 at 8:52
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    @JaparS, I've changed the answer. Make sure that your content is all served over SSL. – Lolums Dec 13 '15 at 8:57
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    @JaparS, my browser still gives me the message that it is blocking "Unencrypted elements" when I visit the site – Lolums Dec 13 '15 at 9:09
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    @JaparS, nice, but FYI, you should only accept answers after they have helped you to solve your problem – Lolums Dec 13 '15 at 9:12
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    You should try to use //: instead of http:// for the assets in your code. So it automatically uses https. – Daniel Ruf Dec 13 '15 at 9:34

No EV cert

You only get the green bar if you have an EV (expensive "Extended Validation") certificate on that site.

And SSL Labs says:

Extended Validation    No

And so says High Tech Bridge:

The certificate is NOT an Extended Validation EV certificate.

So: Contact the company that sold you that cert and ask to exchange it. (The EV cert will be more expensive, so they should be happy when you offer to give them more money.)

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  • Yeah. They cost $100 to $1000 (it's true) per year. If you haven't paid that much, your certificate is not EV. – Lolums Dec 13 '15 at 10:03

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