I wonder if you could help me. My query is quite urgent, so any help at all would be very much appreciated.
I have installed the 'Force SSL Everywhere' widget and it's activated on my WordPress site - that's great, it's working, and it does indeed force the SSL everywhere.
I am using Zen Cart as the shopping cart interface on my website and this is located in the 'Shop' page on my website. Previous to having the widget, the 'Shop' page displayed perfectly in HTML. Now I've installed it, the page views as Text Only. The only way I can view the HTML version of the page is by going to the address bar and omitting 'https://' from the URL. If I do this, the page looks fine. Needless to say, customers won't know to delete this from the URL, and ideally they shouldn't have to anyway.
Basically, I want people to see the HTML version as soon as they hit the page. Here's the response I got from the developer:
Any ideas? Surely I wouldn't have to edit the CSS if the page was easily viewed in HTML before the widget was installed?
Many thanks in advance!