SSL

2.3.5 Released

Versino 2.3.5 was released today. A 2.3.4 version was released earlier today, but contained a small bug: the javascript redirect was not added correctly anymore. As the javascript should be a fallback, this was not a major issue, but I decided to update anyway.

Some minor tweaks were made:

  • The mixed content fixer now only activates when is_ssl() returns true. If a page is not served over SSL the mixed content fixer does not activate.
  • On the backend the stylesheet that is needed to nicely display the settings page is only loaded when that settings page is selected
  • Initialization of the plugin on the back-end now only activates when a user has at “manage-options” capability.

 

 

 

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