Support » Plugin: Really Simple SSL » no ssl code in htaccess

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  • Plugin Author RogierLankhorst


    This is by design: As of 2.5.10, the redirect is not htaccess by default anymore, because I couldn’t get it 100% foolproof for all server configs. With redirect loops as a result (very few cases, but still). So now it’s a separate setting which you can enable in the settings.

    This less risky for non tech users.

    OK great thanks

    I have noticed that on websites that already have the RS-SSL installed when upgrading to the latest version the “rlrssslReallySimpleSSL” code remains in the htaccess file.

    is this correct?

    Plugin Author RogierLankhorst


    Yes, the plugin sets the .htaccess option if it sees the .htaccess redirect is currently set.

    So previous installs will keep the .htaccess redirect after updating.

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