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[Plugin: Login With Ajax] Forced SSL support?

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  • Plugin Author Marcus


    NetWebLogic Support

    what LWA does is use a SSL url if the WP function is_ssl() returns true, which should happen if you set up your constants above.

    I don’t think you need to change anything to make that work. The only thing your rewrite rule might do is try to redirect AJAX calls, which wouldn’t allow this to work.

    Hey Marcus,

    that was such a quick answer! Thanks very much.

    As far as I understand your answer:

    1. It will work with SSL.
    2. When I use the rewrite rules then it will not work.

    Is there a way of telling the rewrite rule to ignore AJAX requests? Or should I just take the rewrite rule out? I used it mainly to restrict direct access to wp-login.php.

    Another question:
    Is it possible to log out of WordPress without refreshing the whole page or redirecting to a new one? Basically having your: Disable refresh upon login? option also for the log-out process?

    Sorry that should have been a separate forum post…

    Just as an update: maybe the above was not the problem, but that wordpress was installed in a sub-directory. See other post I have left.

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