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  • #203988 Reply

    joe frescoln

    I Have found mixed content and I bought Really Simple Pro to fix it, but I’m not sure how to proceed.

    #204171 Reply

    Mark Wolters

    Hi Joe,

    the site still loads some images over http://, which results in the mixed content warning. These images are coming from your own domain and should be fixed by clearing all caches the website uses.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.


    #212824 Reply

    Chad Huebner

    I think I’m having the same issue at http://www.firstlutherandecorah.org. How do I clear all the caches the website uses as you mentioned above? Thank you for your help.

    #213106 Reply

    Mark Wolters

    Hi Chad,

    your site is using the Divi theme which has a built-in caching mechanism. The Divi cache can be cleared as described here: https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/mixed-content-when-using-divi-theme/. Clearing the Divi cache should result in the site having the secure lock.

    #213278 Reply

    Chad Huebner

    Mark, thank you for the help! I had to do a bit more fussing, but I think everything is working as it should now.

    #213430 Reply

    peter hooper

    hi im having the same problem with my site http://www.mylifedrivingschool.com.au
    ive installed the free really simple SSL but it seems to not work?
    do I nee to purchased Pro?
    I have two photos that causing this but I want to keep the photos.
    the pages that he photos are not on my ssl certificate works
    can someone please advise me

    #213958 Reply

    You have this issue because you are using Elementor on your site. Elementor has the habit of storing hardcoded URL’s to images in css files, which cannot be fixed dynamically.

    To fix this, you should open the editor for this post, then change the image which has this problem to https, then save. This will regenerate the css file.

    #213976 Reply


    Hello Rogier

    Thank you so much for your reply. You the only one that did. Did you mean I should open Elementors Editors or WordPress. This is my first time doing this sort of thing. Your help is much appreciated. 😬🙏


    #214415 Reply

    Mark Wolters

    Hi Peter,

    you can change the http:// links to https:// in the Elementor editor.

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