[Resolved] One page on my site

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    Robin Gillespie

    I have just one page on my site which I cannot get the green padlock for.


    I’m on Really Simple Premium and have fun a full scan – nothing.
    I’ve run the page through several SSL checker pages such as WhyNoPadlock and they report a problem but cannot pinpoint where it is (they give a line number but it’s incorrect).

    There’s nothing special about the page and all others on the site are fine.

    Any suggestions?

    #77178 Reply

    There is an image that is trying to load over http. But the source of the image in the console is:

    This makes it harder to find it, as this it not an actual image. I checked for http references in your site, but found none, so it is probably a https URL (which is why it wasn’t found by the scan), which is then redirected to http.

    There are several possible causes:
    – The image is inserted in an invalid way, like , or . This might redirect to a 404 page.
    – The image is valid URL, but doens’t exist, causing it to redirect to a 404 page.

    So I checked the 404 page redirect:
    redirects to
    Then to

    So if an image is not found, it gets redirected to a http url first, causing the mixed content.

    To fix this, you can change the 404 redirect to redirect to the https home_url. That should resolve the problem.

    #77180 Reply

    Robin Gillespie

    Thanks for the fast response.

    The 404s are all redirected to https:// so I’m not sure why it was doing that.

    Anyway, your reply has helped me track down the problem image file and I’ve removed it from the page – all working fine now with a green padlock!

    Thank you again

    #77189 Reply

    Great it’s solved.

    The endpoint of the 404 redirect was https, that is correct, but it first redirects to a http page, and still does. After that it redirects to https, which is what you see. You can check this here:

    I would recommend to remove that http redirect as well.

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