Sorry, should have given you the link…duh
https://fourfincreative.com (look under our work)
After investigating, this is the image that’s causing the mixed content warning:
Looking at the source code, here’s a snippet of what you currently have:
<section class="section-contact" id="section-contact" style="background-image: url( http://fourfincreative.com/online/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/iStock_000045557738_Small.jpg);">
This issue can be easily fixed on your end by changing manually to the following:
<section class="section-contact" id="section-contact" style="background-image: url(//fourfincreative.com/online/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/iStock_000045557738_Small.jpg);">
Q: Why doesn’t Remove HTTP remove the protocol in this case?
We only have protocols removed from the following sources:
In previous versions, we did have a more aggressive algorithm to remove any reference of
https://. However, we discovered that it was too aggressive and caused issues with some plugins.
I also see that your other
<section> tags use protocol-relative URLs:
<div class="services-bg" style="background-image: url(//fourfincreative.com/online/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/smallboat.jpg);"></div>
<div class="blog-bg" style="background-image: url( '//fourfincreative.com/online/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/blog.jpg' );"></div>
Thank you! That did help with the mixed content warning. But the real issue is with my theme calling the portfolio section using http … can’t see the work section on https. I was hoping your plugin could help correct their oversight, but I’ll try to reach out to them again.
In your case, it would be quicker to make the fix on your end since it’s only one image that’s causing the issue. If this is all content-related, you can ensure that all of your links are pointing to HTTPS by following these steps.
Until then, if we can figure out a way on our end to update our algorithm to also fix it, we will definitely push it in the next update.
This reply was modified 6 years, 4 months ago by Fact Maven.
Just revisited your website and I see you are no longer experiencing mixed content issues. Was this fixed manually though your theme?