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[Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL)] Insecure images

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  • Plugin Author Mike Ems

    @mvied

    Working as intended. The plugin will not modify the contents of your posts if the image was uploaded using the Media Uploader. If the page being viewed publicly is HTTPS, the images will be auto-corrected. This can’t be done in the admin panel because it would involve editing the post to include an HTTPS image. If the public page is not HTTPS, there’s no reason to do that.

    Thanks for your prompt reply.
    The file-structure is i.e.
    /httpsdocs/wp-content/blogs.dir/2/files/2012/05/filename.jpg
    and the imagefile is uploaded into this place but the uploader responds
    as Url http://…… and the image can’t be found in the media library untill you correct the image-src to https://…….

    but that’s no offer for my customers – so I see, I’ve to digg into the media uploader
    Anyway, thanks a lot

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