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  • Se disinstalli questo plugin passi alla modalit√† http (anche se hai un certificato ssl installato) e il tuo sito inizier√† a dare i numeri, a volte non potrai nemmeno loggarti.

    NOTA BENE
    Se devi disinstallare questo plugin devi andare prima dalle impostazioni e quindi selezionare “Disinstalla e mantieni il sito SSL”

    • This topic was modified 5 months, 4 weeks ago by  dariomarco.
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  • Plugin Author RogierLankhorst

    (@rogierlankhorst)

    Sorry to hear you were having trouble.

    When you click the option in the plugins overview, called “deactivate, revert to https”, it will revert your site back to http. To deactivate and keep https, you can use the “deactivate, and keep https” button in settings/ssl.

    I have tried to make this as clear as possible, but I’m open to suggestions.

    When you change your domain from https to http or from http to https, WordPress will log you out, because the logged in cookie does not match the current domain anymore. This is normal core WordPress behaviour, and can’t be changed by this plugin.

    When this happens you can just log in again over the changed, new domain. If this doesn’t work at once, please try to clear your browser cache, then log in again. Then you can activate SSL, and if you want, deactivate using the “deactivate, keep https” option.

    Thanks for the answer and for the support, I solved the problem going to modify the wordpress core and requesting a new certificate to my hosting provider, but the plugin is fantastic, but I think this must be entered via popup when deactivating in so that it is clear.
    Leaving the active plugin is very useful.

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