Support » Plugin: SSL Insecure Content Fixer » Mixed Content

  • Resolved ashleywordpress

    (@ashleywordpress)



    Hi There!

    I have purchased an SSL certificate through my host Powweb, however, my site is still not secure, I have tons of Mixed content warnings when I tested it through this site: https://www.whynopadlock.com/results/b0b51b8d-5604-4301-98ad-25e7f536954a

    I tried your plugin, along with “Search and Replace” as you recommended, and even though I have tried to search and replace all the links and make them HTTPS manually, I am still getting the mixed content warning and my site is still not secure. Please help 🙁 Have tried everything. Thanks! A

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author webaware

    (@webaware)

    G’day ashleywordpress,

    A quick look at some CSS on your site and I found this:

    https://www.b-rebelcommunications.com/wp-content/themes/thegem/css/custom-hULYo25a.css

    It contains HTTP links to web fonts. It looks like you have save your theme settings while logged in to the admin in HTTP. Make sure you always log in to the admin on HTTPS, and save your theme settings again — that should update the file. If it doesn’t, see help from your theme author.

    cheers,
    Ross

    ashleywordpress

    (@ashleywordpress)

    Great, thanks Ross – I have logged into admin in HTTPS, I just don’t know how to save my theme settings, is there a pluggin for that? Or do I do it manually by page?

    Thanks so much! Ashley

    Plugin Author webaware

    (@webaware)

    G’day Ashley,

    Look under Appearance in your WordPress admin menu. There should be something like Theme Options or similar. If you can’t find something there, contact your theme author for help.

    cheers,
    Ross

    ashleywordpress

    (@ashleywordpress)

    wow! this works! Thank you sooo much. You have no idea, I have been speaking to several different Powweb Techs all day and they couldn’t figure it out.

    Plugin Author webaware

    (@webaware)

    Yay!

    It’s always tricky when the problem hides in a CSS file. You need to look in each stylesheet to find the problem. Easy enough if you know to look there 🙂

    cheers,
    Ross

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