Easy SSL

Description

1. Force HTTP to HTTPS (WP Redirect) *FREE

2. Supports .htaccess (apache/linux/nginx) redirection *FREE

3. Supports web.config (windows) redirection *FREE

4. Force Strict Transport Security *FREE

5. Automatically backs up previous configuration for safety *FREE

HTTPS is becoming a requirement in ALL new web browsers. It is important to get an SSL and FORCE https for SEO and web site visitor trust.

Newer versions of Web browsers are warning users that sites aren’t secure and showing no padlock on the browser. Some browsers are completely blocking websites without it.
This makes forcing HTTPS and ensuring HTTPS is on always so you don’t lose website traffic or visitor trust.

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  • Enable HTTPS SSL and HSTS
  • Enable HTTPS using server configuration file (.htaccess or web.config) *faster option
  • Revert/Restore any server configuration changes to your original server configuration settings

Installation

There are 3 ways to install this plugin:

1. The super easy way (Within WordPress)

  1. In your Admin, go to menu Plugins > Add
  2. Search for: easyssl (no spaces in “easyssl”)
  3. Click to: Install Now
  4. Activate the plugin
  5. A new menu Easy SSL will appear in your Admin menu with a SHIELD icon.

2. The easy way

  1. Download the plugin (.zip file) on the right column of this page
  2. In your Admin, go to menu Plugins > Add
  3. Select the tab “Upload”
  4. Upload the .zip file you just downloaded
  5. Activate the plugin
  6. A new menu Easy SSL will appear in your Admin menu with a SHIELD icon.

3. The old and reliable way (FTP)

  1. Upload easy-ssl folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. A new menu Easy SSL will appear in your Admin menu with a SHIELD icon.

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Contributors & Developers

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