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[resolved] workaround for FORCE_SSL_ADMIN (5 posts)

  1. hotzeplotz
    Posted 2 years ago #


    i have installed UserNoise and had to patch a couple of lines in order to make it work on our WP install, which uses FORCE_SSL_ADMIN and enforces use of HTTPS for the admin interface and HTTP for the public-facing pages.

    as i needed to get this running quickly i hardcoded use of HTTP in html/window.php and inc/integration.php, and UserNoise is now working fine.

    i am wondering if there are specific reasons why the stock plugin does not support sites with HTTPS for the admin interface and not for the public pages - it's working ok for me with the above patch but obviously there might be wider implications and interactions with other plugins. otherwise, i could make this workaround a more elegant configurable setting, if there is interest upstream in integrating such a patch in the mainline code.



  2. karevn
    Posted 1 year ago #

    After receiving lots of support requests on that topic, I just decided to change an entry point for AJAX handling. A new version will be released soon, and it is compatible with ADMIN_FORCE_SSL out of the box.

    Thanks for your help!

  3. shackep
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Karevn, Great plugin and great news about working on a version that supports ADMIN_FORCE_SSL. Do you have an idea when you might be pushing out the new version? I'll buy it from codecanyon as soon as I know we have something that will work with our system.

    Hotzeplotz: Did you just change the urls to absolute urls for your work around? Or did you work with how usernoise_url handled urls?


  4. hotzeplotz
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @shackep it was quite some time ago so i don't remember how i got to the patch i created, but you can see the diff here - i'm not sure it's kosher but it's been working fine until now:


  5. shackep
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks hotzeplotz. I gave it a try. I may need to try turning of debug and a few other things as well. I am looking at alternatives for the time being. Still looks like the slickest solution out there though.

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