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- January 9, 2019 at 1:47 pm #158294cedric_charlesGuest
First of all, thank you for your great plugin.
I’ve used it on multiple projects on shared hosting without any problem, it’s the first time I have an issue on a client’s dedicated server. The plugin tells me “No SSL detected”. I have tried to reload the admin page with https, with no css/JS, but still have the problem. I’ve tried to add
$_SERVER[“https”] = “on”;
and define(“RSSSL_FORCE_ACTIVATE”, true);with no luck… SSLLABS give me 3xA.
What could be wrong ? On SSLLABS, in the “Miscellaneous” section, I have this https://snag.gy/YSOdVZ.jpg. I don’t have that HTTP Forwarding on my working SSL certificates. Could this be the problem ?
Thank you in advance !
CedricJanuary 9, 2019 at 2:10 pm #158297RogierKeymaster
When you reload the wp-admin over https, does the site load? This is not clear from your description. If it loads without css/js, there should still be an “activate SSL” button, maybe you need to scroll down a bit.
If so, you should be able to click the activate SSL button.December 21, 2019 at 9:41 pm #315115DhirenGuest
Hi. thank you from my side as well for this amazing plugin. i have bought this plugin and installed it. also followed given instructions to put license key and activate. until here everything goes smooth. but it shows me this error “Really Simple SSL failed to detect a valid SSL certificate. If you do have an SSL certificate, try to reload this page over https by clicking this button”
what to do. thank you.December 23, 2019 at 9:13 am #315588MarkKeymaster
have you tried to reload the page over https:// by clicking the button? You can check if your site uses a valid SSL certificate by entering your site address in the Qualys SSL Labs SSL Test here https://ssllabs.com/ssltest. Really Simple SSL requires a valid SSL certificate before it can work correctly.