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[Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL)] Adding a custom http->https URL mapping?

  • Hello…This is an awesome plugin that solves about 99% of our mixed content issues. Thank you so much!

    I just have one question….Is there any kind of supported hook for adding a custom http->https domain mapping? We use wistia.com for hosting some videos on our site. While they *can* deliver video content over SSL, they use a different domain for SSL content. Specifically, http://embed.wistia.com has to be replaced with https://wistia.sslcs.cdngc.net. A simple http->https substitution does not work in this case.

    Is there any way for your plugin to support a custom mapping of http->https for certain domains? Or is this a feature that could be added?

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-https/

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  • Plugin Author Mike Ems

    @mvied

    Not currently, but I definitely want to add it to the plugin. I’m just not sure exactly how I want to go about it both with the user interface and on the code side.

    This is pretty much the only outstanding feature request I have, so I might as well add it in. I don’t really have an ETA. I just spent a couple of months working on this release and I’d like to put some energy into other projects for a little while. I’ll be keeping an eye on the support forum to fix bugs.

    Fair enough. I will just instruct our content editors to *always* use the SSL option going forward. Thanks again!

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