glad I could help!
glad I could help!
Thanks for helping macroamerica. :)
I am having trouble getting the pages to become "forced" to https It works in firefox but not in other browsers. I have it on a dev server. IP ip 188.8.131.52 url http://arizonapain.com The links I am having troble with are on the left side in the sub navi box use Physician referral as the example.
I can't seem to find Physician Referral anywhere on the site. Could you give me a link or a screenshot?
sorry it is under http://arizonapain.com/contact-us/
You will see a link on the left side physician referral and also a button on the right lower side
It doesn't seem to be redirecting to HTTPS in any browser I've tried. Could you double check to make sure you've forced SSL on http://arizonapain.com/contact-us/physician-referral/?
I have it on our dev site. The live site does not even have the plug in installed. To get to the dev site you have to change your host file by adding this:
I can not put it live because the forms are highly active and can not afford to have them down at all
I see what you mean now. The only thing I've ever seen the prevents the redirects is a conflicting plugin. My plugin uses native WordPress functions to do the redirection, so I don't think it's the redirect code itself.
I would suggest going into your wp-config.php and adding
define('WP_DEBUG', true); in there and look for any errors on the page that should be redirecting that may give any clues as to why it's not redirecting properly. You'll probably see a lot of notices and such that don't pertain to the redirection, so try to pick through them for something useful.
You can post the errors here if you'd like and I can take a look at them.
Thank you for you help I will get those errors posted soon
Will the "#" sign as an "anchor" in the URL cause the page not to load in https? The theme I'm using appears to have this link structure for calling up pages on the left side main menu. It looks like this:
The link above is supposed to slide open a page that has an iframed online ordering system.
In your plugin, I have enabled the following:
Internal HTTPS Elements
External HTTPS Elements
Disable Automatic HTTPS
Force SSL Exclusively
On the page, I have enabled Force SSL. I tried this on the other pages but none of them will load in https.
If you could take a look and let me know if there is anything I can do to make it load properly, that would be awesome. :)
Since the pages are being pulled in with a frame, that shouldn't matter. The only time a layout like that would cause a problem is if page content was being pulled in via AJAX.
So, you have Force SSL on http://bushidojapaneserestaurant.com/?page_id=157?
EDIT: I see the pages actually are being pulled in via AJAX. Unfortunately, you're not going to be able to get the page to show up as secure without securing the entire site, which really isn't recommended since it slows the site down.
Yes, that's correct. Pages are being pulled via AJAX.
Thanks for looking into it. :)
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