• Resolved Oaz

    (@oaz)


    Hello,

    Since WP 5.7 I have a ‘critical problem’ in the health dashboard telling me https is not supported.

    Actually it is, but I still get this error…So I am trying to understand where the problem comes from, looking for mixed content. I found that all SVG icons are called using http://w3org….

    Why not use https:// ?

    Not sure where this alert is coming from since it disappears if I roll back to WP5.6.2, but anyhow I do not understand why not using https links for icons.

    thanks

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  • Hey,
    SVGs are not “calling” http links. Those are meta-information they are not something the browser follows and won’t ever make your page insecure. If you have a link I would be happy to look at the browser tools and there I can tell you which resources are being called through HTTP.

    Ben

    Thread Starter Oaz

    (@oaz)

    Hello Ben and thanks for your answer.

    The website is here : centre-assise.org.

    After some more researchs I found discussions about this issue on github, and it seems using a cache or some other tools of this kind may provoke this issue. I desactivated plugins of the like but was still getting this “critical issue’, so I do not know what to look for next. If you have any suggestion, it is much welcome…

    have a nice day

    Can you send an image of the “critical issue”. Your home page isn’t calling any insecure content. You are linking to a website via HTTP but that’s it.

    Ben

    Thread Starter Oaz

    (@oaz)

    Thanks for taking care.

    Please have a look here :

    https://www.centre-assise.org/assise.jpg

    Hi,
    If you are seeing this in the WordPress health area then you need to contact your hosting provider, this would be different than something on the front end of your site.

    Ben

    Thread Starter Oaz

    (@oaz)

    hello,

    With WP 5.7.1 the problem disappeared.Nothing to do with host.

    Thanks for caring and have a nice day

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