Hi @WCOC, thanks for reaching out. From the screenshots, I can see that SSL is in use, and the A Records are setup now for the root domain to point to our proxy server IPs, and those appear to be setup correctly. You should also setup one CNAME record for the host "www" and Target should be proxy-ssl.webflow.com.
Take a peek at this article that shows the steps needed to enable the SSL: https://help.webflow.com/article/how-to-enable-ssl-on-webflow-sites
We use those ip addresses for customers having domain names registered at services who do not yet support CNAME or ALIAS records for the root domain. The root domain in this case is whippersnapperschildcare.co.uk.
When using the A Records that start with 34 as in the above image, the www domain in Webflow should to be set to the default, so that
- Traffic on the root domain will go through the SSL proxy server
- Google knows it is a permanent 301 redirect. http://help.webflow.com/faq/how-to-set-your-sites-default-domain.
If you must use the root domain whippersnapperschildcare.co.uk, the options would probably to use a service like cloudflare, or dnsimple for your domain service provider. Changing to one of those providers will let you use a CNAME or ALIAS record on the root domain, pointed at proxy-ssl.webflow.com, which allows you to set the root domain as the default in Webflow.
I hope this helps, if I can help further, send an email to email@example.com and I am happy to take a look further.
Thanks in advance!