Support » Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL) » Upgrade to 3.6.1 and HTTPS plug-in breaks site

  • I had the wordpress https plug-in installed and everything worked fine with 3.6. When I upgraded to wordpress 3.6.1, the entire website is broken. Page not found on any https or http request.

    I renamed the wordpress-https plugin folder and was able to get to the site with http://. And the admin panel allows access to posts. But if I click settings or settings/general, I get page not found – whether I use http or https.

    I need to change the site url from https:// to http:// – but I can’t get to this option in the admin panel. Any idea how to fix this?

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  • I started having same problem yesterday after I installed WordPress HTTPS (SSL) to fully secure my site with external links such as google fonts, etc.

    But sooner than later did I realize my site started breaking apart. I spent over 15 hours to uninstall and reinstall wordpress latest version to flush out the problem also removed the plugin but my site is still broken.

    My site is not working all of sudden on all the browsers the same way, IE, Chrome and Safari.

    However, the main problem I start having is yesterday evening 5pm CST where my site url stopped working when I key but it doesn’t open anything. Then I put to make it work. This is the only temporary or dirty workaround I have and this is a freelance I am doing for a giant company in U.K and it is a huge impact.

    All I want is the site should work if I key and that should redirect url to without me having to key https:// myself. Same thing for wp-admin, it should take me to dashboard when I key in and be redirected automatically to Currently, isn’t working properly either. Keeps kicking me out.

    It should work like before, whether you key: -> redirects to -> redirects to

    Similarly for wp-admin it should work as

    Waiting for your reply and solution to fix this.

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