Both an http: and https: version of my website exist and that's PROBLEMATIC

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I followed the procedure on Homestead to create a Cloudflare account and secure my website with an HTTPS: URL... but now you can access my website at either HTTP:/ or HTTPS:/ and wouldn't you know Chrome defaults to the "NOT SECURE" HTTP: version when folks plug in "mywebsite.com"... How do you program or host the site in such a fashion that the secure HTTPS: URL is the default when people just type "mywebsite.com" in the URL field????
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If you saved the page as a favorite before you applied https it might have the http bookmarked or have http in a link. It's also possible you didn't follow the cloudflare instructions exactly.
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Hello,

I do see one domain was successfully set up with cloudflare https://www.tmaf4me.com/. There may be something missing in the set up with the other domains have you completed steps 12 and 13 in this article? https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/can-i-secure-my-homestead-website-with-https

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