I've switched my website
www.intelli.bet back from https to http and now I can't get on it using Chrome (my default browser).
I was previously hosting with
Firebase which is a great platform, but I don't really need their data storage and my web design skills are poor so I am now using a Go Daddy hosted WordPress site. Firebase provided free
HTTPS certificates, whereas Go Daddy don't. I don't really see that as being an issue for my website at this time and would rather save money as I try to grow it.
However, when I type the address into the bar of Chrome it always redirects to the (now defunct) HTTPS address and gives an error message:
This site can’t provide a secure connection.
Using the browser on my phone works fine, my wife's phone works fine and Firefox is able to load the page on my machine.
I have tried clearing the DNS cache in chrome but that's had no effect. I'm worried that people using my site will run into the same issue. How can I fix this?