I’m not seeing the errors you’ve shown, however you probably need to be worried about something else. Your app seems to be running Vue in dev mode as shown by the info in console. You should try building a production version.
Hi, @pit07. I just want to say that @coelmay is correct. The SSL at IONOS means nothing unless you manually upload that SSL certificate to Netlify. However, I wouldn’t recommend doing that and I suggest using the automatic SSL via Let’s Encrypt our service provides.
SSL is part of HTTP. It is not controlled by DNS. IONOS only provides your DNS service and not the HTTP service for this site. This is why the SSL certificate at IONOS has no affect at all at Netlify (again, unless you manually uploaded it but you did not).
If there are other questions about this, please let us know.
I think i need to use the Netlify domain’s name servers in order to use the Netlify SSL.
But it is a delicate manipulation, given that the domain name is also used for the site currently online and that I must not break…!
When i download the “IONOS certificate”, i have only the RSA PRIVATE KEY (i don’k know how to find PEM and CA certificate values).
For this part, maybe i need to put manage the DNS records directly on Netlify (but It scares me ), and use branch subdomains to define my staging.nougats-silvain.fr.
Am I summarizing correctly?
To summarize, I would like the site to behave like a “classic php” site. The user calls the page, the server renders the page, returns the page, and other actions are handled on the client side. I need a solid SEO. I thought that’s what my nuxt.config.js file said
I know how to develop sites, but you will have understood, I have trouble with everything that is infrastructure, environment.