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WordPress HTTPS (SSL)

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

61 reviews
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5 stars
Works Every Time
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I use this plugin every time I need to secure pages on a WP site. I even recently had a site running WooCommerce, and the built in "secure the checkout" setting wasn't working; 30 seconds of configuring with this plugin and I was up and running!

5 stars
Makes it easy!
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Installs and configures easily. Just needed to beware that login after migration of the site to a non-SSL staging server for other updates and modifications was a problem. But resetting it per FAQ fixed that.

5 stars
Works Great
By , for WP 3.9.1

Simple, easy, great solution. I originally built my site without SSL protection, so when I installed my certificate, the address bar was showing errors. It took me 5 minutes to search for, install, and activate this plugin to fix my problem. Thanks for the great work guys!

5 stars
Great
By ,

Literally a few clicks, and my checkout page is setup properly and served via SSL - so easy to use thanks a lot :)

5 stars
Great!
By , for WP 3.9.1

This plugin has been very reliable, is simple to use and therefore I am very appreciative!

Thank you!

5 stars
Works!
By , for WP 3.9.1

Awesome, this is just what I was looking for. Now I am not getting error messages that the site is not 100% secure, plus if a page is not specified to be SSL, it can be automatically redirected to a non-secured page, meaning it can be cached. Thanks!

5 stars
The de-facto plugin for SSL on WordPress
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I don't always recommend plugins, but when I do I recommend this one for SSL. If you want full control over their SSL on WordPress here you go.

5 stars
works. thank you.
By , for WP 3.8.3

Easy to use.

5 stars
Solved My Mixed Contents Error
By , for WP 3.9

Since I've switched to HTTPS, I've been using Amazon Cloudfront to host my images as it's easy to change from http to https...although there isn't almost a significant improvement in performance, but it's easy for me to change http to https automatically rather than going page by page and changing those embedded images one at a time.

This plugin solved that issue and mixed content errors are gone now.

5 stars
good apps
By ,

the best https plugins

great job !

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