Reconfigures the wp_mail() function to use SMTP instead of mail() function and add password encryption.
Enable your site to have a different domains for HTTP and HTTPS.
Plugin to enable CloudFlare Flexible SSL for WordPress and to prevent the Redirect Loop
Forces the front end of your WordPress site to HTTP when you only want the Admin over HTTPS
Easily add your Podio Webforms anywhere in WordPress via shortcode.
A cloud-backed plugin that lets you securely accept Credit Card payments on your site using Stripe without needing to install an SSL certificate.
Mail Booster allows you to send emails from your WordPress site with advanced SMTP Settings or PHPMailer.
Detects and logs content that will cause mixed content warnings.
Fixes the problem with Google Chrome v44 forcing SSL on WordPress websites. You should deactivate when Chrome updates to new version.
Configure an external SMTP server in your config file.
A simple wordpress plugin to enforce HTTPS
Check to see if SSL is used. This will update any template functions which require SSL to be used.
Corrects http image links on a page delivered over https.
Domain Check lets you search domain names, check SSL certificates and HTTPS, set email alerts for domain and SSL expiration, and get daily coupons.
A simple plugin that allows you to identify which pages should have HTTPS enforced. All other pages will have HTTP enforced.
Performs a WordPress Security Audit to detect PHP and WordPress vulnerabilities and solve them.
With SECURE you'll have all the information you need to protect your WordPress sites from hackers.
Configure your WordPress to send emails using your own email account via turboSMTP.
Check to see if the page has the "force_ssl" meta tag, if it does it will send the user to the SSL side. It will also make sure to load any
Enforce SSL throughout the entire site. Supporting multiple methods. Can be used on the Front End of the site of the Admin Dashboard
Allows configuration of cURL connection options.
change url http to https to get no more duplicate
LaunchKey eliminates the need and liability of passwords by letting you log in and out of WordPress with your smartphone or tablet.
Forces all logged in users to stay on SSL connection
Saksh WP SMTP can help us to integrate SMTP to your wordpress installation. So that you don't need to use mail() function.
Migrate your WordPress site from HTTP to HTTPS with HTTPS Social Migration.
Fixes the issue that some images on WordPress 4.4 and websites with SSL (https) enabled are not displayed to due the srcset attribute being incorrect.
Plugin will display the current status and certificate issuer for your SSL certificate in the footer of your site.