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    José Luis Yañez

    Hello there,

    Thanks for putting this up for us in the wordpress community.

    Please, I would be really grateful if you could help me with a couple of concerns:

    I would use this for two sites and 3 wp installations I have on shared hosting (hostgator). No multisites. My sites’s structure is: (which is publicly accessible at (which is publicly accessible at http://addondmain/subdirectory

    My concerns are:

    1) if I install the plugin in and assuming all the 3 wp installations (maindomain, addon domain and subdirectory within addon domain) have an SSL certificate, once I activate your plugin, will all the 3 of them be automatically redirected to https, their respective siteurl & home urls changed to https and mixed content in the 3 of them fixed?

    2) Or will I need to install the plugin in all 3 wp installations?

    Many thanks!


    If you install just on the main domain, it will probably redirect your add on domains as well.

    But it is best to install it on all three websites separately, as mixed content fixer, and configurations are only done on the site the plugin is active in.

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