Support » Plugin: SSL Insecure Content Fixer » Beaver Builder + UABB Editor Access

  • Hello!

    I have recently found a bug that I thought was elsewhere but deactivating SSL Insecure Content Fixer was the actual fix.

    Build Stack: Beaver Builder + Ultimate Addons for Beaver Builder (UABB)

    I thought UABB was causing the issue as I couldn’t edit Beaver Builder modules with it activated, but only on some of my sites. I then did the tedious task of deactivating individual plugins and to my surprise it was SSL Insecure Content Fixer that was disallowing me to access the editing tools for individual Modules within Beaver Builder or UABB. As of now I’m deactivating it on all of my current sites if there are editing issues and removing it from my Cloneable environment until it has been addressed.

    I’ve been a solid user of this plugin for years and this is the first issue I’ve ever had. But if it’s active and Beaver Builder + UABB are active I can’t edit the website visually with Beaver Builder. That’s a no go as it is my primary web building tool as I no longer code the themes from scratch.

    I hope you guys have a fix in the works or will have one soon. It’s always been a reliable plugin and I’ve never had incompatibility with it before.

    Thanks!

    mike murphy
    emerse design co.

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  • Plugin Author webaware

    (@webaware)

    G’day murfemersed,

    Do you have the Fixer settings on Capture All? If not, please try that. It seems to be required for some page builders.

    cheers,
    Ross

    Thread Starter murfemersed

    (@emersedesign)

    Thanks Ross, but that didn’t work either. It was already on Capture All. I tried Capture, and I even toggled between the nginx setting I had and the recommended standard WP setting and clearing all caches. Still no go unless I just completely disable it.

    Plugin Author webaware

    (@webaware)

    Your best bet then is to permanently fix any mixed content using Better Search Replace. GreenGeeks has a tutorial on how to do that:

    Fix a Mixed Content Error with Better Search & Replace

    After you’ve run that, set the Fixer settings to Off and check your site. If you have HTTPS Detection set to “standard WordPress function”, you can remove SSL Insecure Content Fixer; otherwise, just leave it installed with Fixer set to Off.

    cheers,
    Ross

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