WordPress HTTPS is intended to be an all-in-one solution to using SSL on WordPress sites.
This is a simple and useful way to set up your wordpress site to take advantage of an SSL cert that you have already installed on your server. Thank you for your work on this project.
Thank you so much for this great plugin. I hope it doesn't stop working because it's very useful. You just have to install and enjoy. Works fine with 4.0.1.
thank you bringin unique plugin. This fixed the partially insecure elements error on my site.
this is what is needed, simple effective, works out of the box even though at the time of me installing it the plugin has not been updated for over 18 months.
Mvied PLEASE PLEASE keep updating & supporting the plugin
This is just simply a fantastic. It's a pity the author no longer works on this plugin but I understand his reasoning. Had a small issue with urls being changed but adding in an exception in the filter solved that issue. And yes this plugin works flawlessly on WordPress 4.0. And no I have noticed any difference in speed on my site (those who are might want to check their server config).
Great plugin - just by installing my site started working properly again - thanks!
We used to use it quite a while back, but then decided to only partially secure our website without the plugin. Now that SSL is considered by Search Engines, we gave it another shot and activated it again. Boom, locked out of WordPress admin! BUT with the technique in the FAQ we were able to reset all plugin settings and now everything is working great.
Thank you for this fantastic plugin!
wordpress 4.0 ,Works fine.
so far so good
I have several PHP pages that are outside of WordPress, but use WordPress headers and footers etc to match the site. These are served over HTTPs, but when viewed, the rest of the navigation links all were HTTPs then also and all 404s. I tried this plugin after another failed, because I saw it mentioned in the info - "If you are looking to secure only your admin panel and/or posts and pages you specify, enable Force SSL Exclusively. This will ensure that any content not specified to be secure is always served over HTTP."
So I checked "Force SSL Exclusively" and that was all it took! All the links on the PHP pages over HTTPs went back to HTTP. Thanks!
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