Support » Plugin: jQuery UI Widgets » jQuery UI Widgets on SSL enabled pages

  • Hello David,

    Thanks for a great plugin. I’ve recently had to enable SSL on a web page that uses your plugin with a custom stylesheet. Prior to enabling SSL the accordion works as expected. Unfortunately the custom style sheet URL uses http rather than https when SSL is enabled on that page and thus the stylesheet doesn’t load. Since your backend doesn’t allow one to enable https in the URL I am in a conundrum. Perhaps you can help resolve that and make your plugin stronger for everyone.

    Here is some info that might help.

    Many thanks,
    Scott

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/jquery-ui-widgets/

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  • Looks like the forum filtered out the url for the info. Let me try that again.

    http://wptavern.com/wordpress-tip-how-to-load-google-fonts-over-ssl-and-non-ssl

    Plugin Author David Gwyer

    (@dgwyer)

    Hi Scott,

    I added protocol agnostic links in the plugin where possible a while ago. However, most of the core scripts are already registered by WordPress and my plugin simply enqueues them.

    i.e. The plugin has no control over the protocol used. I suspect WordPress uses the URL(s) in Settings > General to decide the site protocol.

    So, if you had ALL your site set to SSL there probably wouldn’t be an issue. The problem stems from the fact you have just a single page set to SSL and WordPress just uses the http:// URL base which is set in Settings > General.

    I’m not sure what could be done about this. You could open a trac ticket to get some advice on this.

    David

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