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WHY WHEN I DO A GOOGLE PAGE SPEED TEST IS SHOWS OLD HTTP: NOT HTTPS

Hi
I just noticed if i do a google page speed test and just put www.mysite in the search, google shows it is scanning the now defunct http: version and displays a result, but if i put in HTTPS://mysite it shows scanning the https version with a different result.
Page header 301 redirects appear ok and only https pages only are served and indexed.
In the search console the https version is the only one which exists and as far as i understand there is no way of manually telling google that the https version is preferred
Is there something I have missed after changing from http to https or is this something google page speed just does
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bochaka
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
This is because your Apache (or other Webserver) config requires some fixing.

Post your exact site URL + someone can test your config + tell you exactly what's required to fix.
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bochakaAuthor Commented:
Hi
The url is www.prolift.ie
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David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
Looks like you've fixed your site, so HTTP now redirects to HTTPS.

Closing.
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