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94 Articles

How to install a...

If your hosting package has cPanel, you can easily add a free SSL certificate with the SSL Zen plugin. This...

cURL errors

What is cURL? cURL is a widely used method of transferring data from and to (web)servers via URL's. It is...

cURL error 35: SSL...

The cURL error 35 can appear in the Really Simple SSL debug log when the CURL function cannot connect to...

477 Topics

success 301 redirect to...

Before the latest update I clicked the X that removed the line success 301 redirect to https set: .htaccess redirect....

No 'enable 301 .htaccess...

Hi there! I'm trying to find the tab that allows me to enable 301 .htaccess redirect, however it doesn't seem...

Yearly Subscription?

Paypal pages says first year 59.00 and yearly 4x.xx. The PRO plugin need to renew every year to work?

301.htaccess redirect

Hello everybody For my new site (thetechgads.com), I installed really simple SSL plugin. By mistake, I enabled 301.htaccess redirect. Now...

64 Articles

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4 is ready for release. This latest version of the plugin can now be found at the...

Really Simple SSL 3.2

** Edit ** Some users were having issues after the update. Two bugs were fixed immediately and released, in 3.2.1...

4 Most Common WordPress...

4 Most Common WordPress Security Issues (and How to Fix Them) News flash! ...If you have a WordPress site, there’s...