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    Sorry if this is already answered somewhere. I couldn’t find it if so.

    We manage a lot of sites for clients so I’m looking for more specifics on how the Mixed content fixer works. Does it read the whole page into cache and then find/replace or such that would be causing the site to load a bit slower than if we manually fixed the issues? Or is it doing find/replace on db tables? A little more info on what would be the ‘best’ way for us to implement fixes would be appreciated.



    Hi Philip,

    The mixed content fixer replaces the http resources to https in the html just before it’s sent to the customer’s browser. This is a very fast process.

    We’ve done tests with this in the past: we haven’t been able to detect a measurable delay in loading speed.

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