Fix some common problems with insecure content on pages using SSL
... and its light.
Setup SSL on my website but it was half working because it was loading JC, CSS and some image files via 'http'. Installed this plugin and now everything goes through 'https' as it should.
This saved me a bunch of time and hassle. I was totally surprised when all the HTTPS problems in the Chrome error console went away just like that. I'm using Modern Tribe's Event Pro and it was loading a CSS style sheet that was causing one of the errors, and this fixed it.
That's what I love about WordPress - never ceased to be amazed with the WP community!
It's really a great plugin. Solved my problem immediately after I installed it.
You just need to look for any image source with 'http' protocol on the page, replace it with 'https'.
Setup a site but before long realised that SSL would be required for CC processing.
I added a cert but was receiving a bunch of errors. As always, there's a plugin to save the day and this one certainly did that. Still have a niggling issue with one obscure plugin but either it will be an easy fix or it will be disabled. Thanks very much.
So happy with this plugin! Chrome was displaying a warning due to a few insecure http scripts. This fixed it instantly and I have a green padlock now. :) Highly recommended!
I had a curl problem with the AAM plugin when forcing SSL admin.
This plugin resolved the blocking off 'insecure content' over http
Works well and on most of the plugins, (there where just a couple of poorly written ones that where having issues which needed to be modded to use wp_enqueue).
Very quick on the responses to support, 5 star, got my vote :)
I tried a different https plugin and it just gave me a white screen but this plugin worked perfectly and removed the errors some plugins were causing. I now have a green padlock! Thanks for a great plugin.
For me using developer tools in Chrome allowed me to see the insecure elements in the audit console. Where it is an image this can just be replaced with a https:// link but for scripts I needed this plugin to force them to https.
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