Support » Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL) » [Plugin: WordPress HTTPS] Force SSL from a plugin

  • Resolved andy_moyle

    (@andy_moyle)


    A plugin I have creates pages that need to be ssl – how do I do that programmatically with your plugin installed please?

    It’s a one off plugin, so it can be assumed your plugin is installed!!!

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  • Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    Hey Andy,

    The plugin uses custom fields to toggle forcing SSL on a page. You can simply set a custom field named ‘force_ssl’ to 1 for the page you want secured. I would recommend using the update_post_meta function so that if the field doesn’t exist, it will be created, and updated if it already exists.

    Thanks,
    Mike

    andy_moyle

    (@andy_moyle)

    wow that was quick! I’d just trawled through your code and worked it out too!!!
    update_post_meta($post_id,'force_ssl',1);

    wpmaster49

    (@wpmaster49)

    I have a simliar issue with the default WP login page. The page has been customized and uses a plugin Logo Login.

    Viewing the https version of the page in IE the security alert errors pop up. I viewed the page source and see the logo is pulling from an HTTP source and not HTTPS.

    How exactly do I force ssl on this default WP login page using your plugin?

    Thanks

    Dante

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