Support » Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL) » Fatal error: Call to a member function wp_rewrite_rules

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  • Plugin Author Mike Ems


    Nope, not a clue. The error doesn’t occur in the plugin. Perhaps you’re running out of RAM? Try increasing PHP’s memory limit. Usually if that’s the case it will say that, but I’ve seen it do things like this before.

    The plugin isn’t necessary unless you’re having issues or you’re trying to do something with SSL that WordPress will not allow you to do. If you’re just securing your entire site, your admin panel (or both) and you’re not using any old, crappy plugins, this plugin is probably not necessary.

    The first and only feature the plugin had initially was ensuring that all elements on the page loaded securely. If you have any element on the page that loads over HTTP, your certificate will appear invalid. Due to old/bad plugins, this can be an issue. This plugin will fix all of those that it can.

    It allows you to use any domain for your HTTPS content, which WordPress certainly can not do. It also allows for an easy way to specify what content you want to be secure and what content you don’t want to be secure. Again, if you’re securing everything, this doesn’t matter.

    Ok thanks. Yes i see i need the plugin to secure all the content indeed. Does not seem to be a an issue with the php memory limit. After increasing it the error stil occurs. Strange thing is that the category /blog/ even without the multiple themes plugin installed still gives an invalid https.. So this even occurs within 1 and the same theme. Other categories don;t give that invalid https message. Very strange. Any idea where i should look at?

    Tried to clear the cache..

    Ok found out that it had to do with an image that i linked to. It was a non https url.. When i deleted the image the httpss was valid.. hmm..

    Hmm another thing… how come that when i go to i get redirected to

    But when i go to: it will not redirect me to the https version. However i have set the site URL in WP to https://

    Tried deactivating all plugins but no change..
    Any ideas?

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