Support » Plugin: Cachify » Cachify with SSL

  • Resolved wemaflo


    I made my blog accessible via SSL. It’s all working great so far, but if I use cachify (disk cache), images and other media are not integrated via https (because WordPress saves them with http and cachify saves this to static pages).
    Is it possible to convince cachify to use the current protocol? That would be very nice!

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  • I would like to jump on the train to this feature request. 🙂

    Sergej, your plugin is cool and simple. I use it on a multisite installation with APC on nginx but a usage with SSL would be really, really great.

    Is there any way with the current version with any kind of work around?

    Ich probier’s noch mal auf deutsch 🙂

    Ich habe mein Blog über SSL erreichbar gemacht und alles läuft gut. Wenn ich allerdings Cachify mit Disk Cache nutze, werden Links und Medien nicht über https eingebunden (da WordPress sie eben mit http speichert und Cachify sie als statische Seiten speichert).
    Ist es möglich, Cachify dazu zu überreden, das jeweilige Protokoll zu nutzen? Das wäre sehr schön 🙂

    Liebe Grüße!



    Forum Moderator

    These are English language forums. Please use English.

    And as per the Forum Welcome, please post your own topic. Your problem – despite any similarity in symptoms – is likely to be completely different.

    esmi, although I think this was an automated response: I posted the same thing in my opening post and I am in fact the thread opener.

    Hey wemaflo,

    I had the same problem with Cachify and SSL/non-SSL pages.

    My current workaround involves forcing most of the pages to be displayed via non-SSL and to force certain pages to be displayed via SSL. This ensures, that Cachify always displays the correct version (either secure or non-secure, but not mixed).

    Moreover I had to fix the attachment links in the_content and some plugins that use functions to retrieve their URL (and thus ignoring SSL).

    So maybe you just enforce frontend-SSL if your server can handle the extra-load.



    The usage of relative url’s is a smart solution. But you have to ensure that all internal links in the old postings are relative. Also you could get problems with some bad programmed plugins or themes.

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