Parts of site are not secure

After a domain name change, my site is thankfully running again. I use nginx reverse proxy with LetsEncrypt certificates on the server, not in Docker but now I get a padlock warning ‘parts of this page are not secure, such as images’ on every page.

What is the remedy for this?

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See that force _https is enabled.

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After enabling force_https, upload your logos and favicon again. They tend to be cached as http.


After enabling force_https the URLs to the logos continue to be served with http://, for instance:

<link rel="icon" type="image/png" href="http://sitename/uploads/default/optimized/1X/_129430568242d1b7f853bb13ebea28b3f6af4e7_2_32x32.png ...

I assume Discourse is using a cache somewhere that needs to be flushed; perhaps Redis?

I encountered the similar issue before for my website, however it works after i changed all the “http” to “https” from the pages. I hope this helps.