WordPress HTTPS is intended to be an all-in-one solution to using SSL on WordPress sites.
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!
I used this plugin with a site using wordpress 2+... and it worked fine.
I just upgraded the site to wordpress 4.0, and upgraded this plugin as well. Works fine for me.
After updating a shopping cart plugin, their "old way" suggestion for utilizing SSL didn't quite work right.
Deactivated the two plugins I was using and replaced them with this.
Installed it. Set up my filter. BAM. Works like a charm.
Before this I had some problems with my SSL certificate and with some pages, after installed this plugin all pages became https://
It does its work. Nothing more to say.
I use this plugin every time I need to secure pages on a WP site. I even recently had a site running WooCommerce, and the built in "secure the checkout" setting wasn't working; 30 seconds of configuring with this plugin and I was up and running!
Installs and configures easily. Just needed to beware that login after migration of the site to a non-SSL staging server for other updates and modifications was a problem. But resetting it per FAQ fixed that.
Simple, easy, great solution. I originally built my site without SSL protection, so when I installed my certificate, the address bar was showing errors. It took me 5 minutes to search for, install, and activate this plugin to fix my problem. Thanks for the great work guys!
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