Using ReedWrite 1.5.6 and WP 3.7.1. I’ve created a custom post type that has an image field. When I go to create a new post within my custom post type, I get a button that says ‘Add an Image’ which works great until I turn on the FORCE_SSL_ADMIN setting in wp-config. At that point, when I click the ‘Add an Image’ button, I get the small centered pop-up window, but the media library never loads within that window, and I think I know why.
The ‘Add an Image’ button gets created like this:
But get_bloginfo() returns a URL to my site that begins with HTTP rather than HTTPS. Because I use Chrome – which by default blocks insecure content on secure pages – the media browser never loads when I try to add an image.
The behavior of get_bloginfo() here is correct. If I updated the Site URL in the WordPress settings of my site to include HTTPS, then get_bloginfo() would return an HTTPS URL, and the issue above would be fixed. But that would force SSL on all my site visitors, which is not what I want to do. What about just using a relative path, like so:
For now, I’ve downgraded from FORCE_SSL_ADMIN to FORCE_SSL_LOGIN, which works as a short-term fix, but obviously I’d rather not degrade my security to keep a plugin. (No matter how great it might be!)
Looking forward to your solution. Thanks!
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