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WordPress HTTPS (SSL)

WordPress HTTPS is intended to be an all-in-one solution to using SSL on WordPress sites.

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60 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.6 out of 5 stars
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5 stars
Great job!
By , for WP 3.8.1

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.

5 stars
Brilliant plugin!
By , for WP 3.8

Absolutely love it. Simple. Works! That's all I ask from my plugins.

5 stars
Brilliant plugin
By , for WP 3.8

This need to be included in my blog. I love this plugin. My blog is now secure with this awesome plugin. Grab it guys...

5 stars
Easy set up and itworks.
By , for WP 3.8

Can't ask for much more than that.

5 stars
It just works; great for Stripe
By , for WP 3.8

I learned about this plugin from Diglabs which makes a plugin for Stripe payments.

It just works!

5 stars
Works as advertised
By , for WP 3.8

A great way to keep your logins secure without writing custom htaccess rules.

5 stars
Very good plugin
By ,

This needs to be part of the WP core. Excellent plugin, much needed.

5 stars
Amazing tool
By , for WP 3.7.1

I have spent nearly a month trying to get this fixed. Was sent the link today and it was fixed in 10 minutes! Wow!!!

5 stars
Pure Awesome Sauce
By , for WP 3.7.1

I have been using this plugin for multi site and regular installs of WordPress. It just works. Plain and simple

5 stars
Great
By , for WP 3.7.1

Well, I wanted to rate this all the time five stars. Then I ran into a problem, while developing one of my themes.

I needed to output a picture by header( 'content:image/jpeg' ) and it wasn't able to display. I was looking and looking and found, that this Plugin creates output before I output my Image. Damm, reading the FAQ, searching a bit. Nothing found. Oh no, I have to write in the support section.

No lets find the error, where does he have something like <?php? Turns out: Nowhere, it would bother me.

And then I see:
if ( ! defined('WP_UNINSTALL_PLUGIN') ) {

Great. So I define
define( 'WP_UNINSTALL_PLUGIN', true );
in the file, where I need to output my picture, where you obviously dont need to parse HTML etc. and done! Just like that.

A beautiful constant :) A beautiful tool! Thanks a lot!!!!

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