WordPress HTTPS is intended to be an all-in-one solution to using SSL on WordPress sites.
Needed a plugin that changed all my exisiting content to HTTPS. I have a lot of posts, and this did it in a heart beat. Very good, will use again.
Thanks guys :)
Did exactly what I needed, very simple and saved me a lot of time. Thank you!
This thing saved me so much time. I had one page which needs to be secure to work properly. I came to the plugins page on this site thinking this may be difficult to get what I need and get it working the way I need it to. Thankfully, this plugin is exactly the solution I needed. Great bit of coding...very flexible. If you need to be selective about the links in your menu which need to be http vs https then this plugin will get the job done for you.
Really easy to set up, just works. What else do you want?
This worked great. I had problems with mixed content, I installed this plugin and my problems are gone. Perfect.
I was having the insecure content warning on my website, since my slider image is loading from HTTP protocol. After installing this plugin, that error has gone!
Hats off to the dev!
Worked straight out of the box, no issues. Few hard coded http: image URL's to fix then all done. Donation sent. Thanks!
I'm an IT consultant, web host, and part-time developer. I've worked with Apache for years. I figured that setting up my own revamped site to use a mix of secure and unsecure pages would be a snap. After all, it's just a few lines of url rewrites in .htaccess or in httpd-vhosts.conf, right?
WordPress fights this tooth and nail. I resisted installing a plugin for this, as it just seemed so dang simple. After several hours (no kidding) of seemingly endless frustration, I installed WordPress HTTPS and within minutes, I had the sensitive parts of my site forced to SSL.
It would have been great if the developers of WP-Client included this functionality in their Pro version, but they did not. In fact, they don't even mention it (and they should). Adding a simple url filter ("/portal/") forced all of my client portal pages to SSL. Checking the box to force SSL administration handled the back end, and finally, checking the box to force my contact page to SSL even set that for me, while leaving the public portions of the site outside SSL and more responsive to visitors.
I'd give the plugin a sixth star because it not only does exactly what it's supposed to do - it also fixed a problem I had with images not being loaded via https.
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