When I have the WordPress HTTPS plugin active, which I only want to secure my back-end administration and login, it is causing external images in my content to be rewritten as “https” even though the pages themselves aren’t HTTPS, which breaks the external images. Only my administrator section is HTTPS. So a field that has <img src=”http://ws.amazon…” in it becomes <img src=”https://ws.amazon…”, which doesn’t work.
The content boxes I’m referring to are custom created textareas with Advanced Custom Fields. I haven’t tried it in the main content WYSIWYG editor.
It appears to SAVE correctly, as in, if I correct them, then save, it fixes them. But it OPENS them incorrectly as HTTPS, so to work around it I’d have to correct them every time before saving.
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