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[Plugin: Advanced Access Manager] Got a javascript error on going to the admin menu option

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  • I ran into this same error today, which directed me to the FAQ that doesn’t actually address the javascript error. I’ve looked into it a bit, and it seems that AAM doesn’t actually serve any JS over HTTPS, even if ADMIN_SSL is set to true in wp-config.php. Since most modern browsers simply disallow non-SSL’d JS on HTTPS pages, they fail.

    The biggest frustration with this is that AAM is technically a very well executed plugin, but it seems it went too far into MVC and forgot that it’s still a WordPress plugin. This is the only plugin on my site (running 26 plugins) that doesn’t autodetect admin SSL.

    For reference, here’s the wp-config.php settings to force admin:

    // Force SSL on wp-admin and login sessions
    define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true);
    define('FORCE_SSL_LOGIN', true);

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