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WordPress HTTPS Test


WordPress HTTPS Test will test your WordPress pages for non HTTPS elements. If any unsecure components are found, they’re highlighted and you’ll be able to see a listing of the unsecure items.
NOTE: Best used in IE9, Opera, FireFox or Chrome. This plugin doesn’t play well with IE8 or less!


  1. Upload wp-https-test directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
  3. While viewing your blog, click the Test My Site's SSL button. Unsecure items will be highlighted and you can click the Show Results button to view a list of unsecured elements.
  4. When done testing, disable the plugin.


Exactly What I Needed!!!

I could not understand why I was not “fully secure” on my site, and this plugin showed me exactly what to fix. In my case I added the SSL certificate after building the majority of the site, and so had to go back and add the “S” to the end of all the internal links (http:// vs https://). I also needed to re-upload all my images (not to my hosting, but to my site, I'm using the Divi builder) so the pics could have the HTTPS name tag. The only thing this plugin missed was my “favicon” image. I needed to edit that httpS as well. Thank You!
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