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    Terry L Lowman

    For days, when I put in iuuwan.com, an error message “nothing found” would appear, however above that were links to all the webpages and then it came back and then it disappeared again.

    At the left of the browser, there’s a triangle with an exclamation point–so apparently our website is not secure but I don’t see where I can do anything about that.

    Brandon C

    Hi Terry,

    To fix the “insecure” warning and triangle, you’ll need to set up an SSL certificate with your hosting provider.

    Since you’re using one of our Platinum WordPress Hosting partners, InMotion Hosting, you can set up their Free AutoSSL to fix this problem. Here are InMotion’s Instructions on how to set up a free SSL certificate.

    In regards to the error message you are receiving I believe it’s being caused by a permalink issue. When I click on your homepage I see /home/home/home attached to the url which indicates a permalink error.

    I’d suggest navigating to Settings > Reading and double-check that the setting for Your homepage displays is set to Home.

    After double -checking your homepage URL navigate to Settings > Permalinks and make sure that you have the correct permalink structure selected. For example, choose Post Name instead of a Custom Structure.

    If that’s already correct, use these instructions to refresh the permalinks.

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