PRO-Upgrade fails

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  • #17595 Reply

    manni65929

    Upgrade for PRO 1.0.18 = Update Failed: Update package not available.

    #17606 Reply

    Hi,

    If you entered your license key, activated, and this issue keeps returning, you can always download the latest update from your account page. If you do not have an account yet, you can create one using the email address you used for the purchase.

    If you send me your license key by email, I can check if your license is activated on my side.

    #17764 Reply

    Vincent FABIUS
    Participant

    hi,

    I have same issue !

    #17766 Reply

    Vincent FABIUS
    Participant

    hi,

    i resolve my issue !! thanks

    #17777 Reply

    Thanks for the update!

    #26774 Reply

    Sheldon

    I recently converted one of my sites to https, after a conversion from Joomla to WordPress (which, not surprisingly, didn’t go very smoothly). Your plugin worked beautifully, immediately correcting the vast number of deficiencies left behind in the conversion.
    After activating the plugin and verifying that it had implemented the necessary corrections, I deactivated it, hoping the fixes would remain. As I imagine you know, they didn’t. So my question is whether the premium version would allow me to have the corrections made by your plugin, and then remove the plugin, without losing the corrections. I ask because I try to do as much as possible without burdening my sites with plugins. But unfortunately, the corrections needed on this site are sufficient that to do so manually would require more time than I’m presently able to commit.
    Thanks in advance for your response.

    #26775 Reply

    Hi Sheldon,

    The scan in the pro plugin is meant to find and help fix those items that aren’t fixed by the mixed content fixer in Really Simple SSL.

    So this is not the solution you are looking for. If you know what the urls are that need to be https, you could use a replacement plugin, like the better search and replace plugin.

    #26840 Reply

    Sheldon

    Thanks, Rogier – I appreciate the response. Is this the Search and Replace plugin you’re referring to? (https://wordpress.org/plugins/search-and-replace/ by Inpsyde GmbH)

    Cheers!

    #26864 Reply

    Don’t know that one, probably does the same thing as this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/better-search-replace/ which I often recommend.

    #29465 Reply

    James

    Been using the free version of this plugin through Site Ground for months on my own websites. Tried to install it on a client site, however, and it told me that I need to put stuff into my CSS and scripts, etc. It suggested that I go pro. Before doing so, however, can you give me a run down of the pro options? I should point out that I am not a technical person.

    #29485 Reply

    In short: the pro version offers a scan to find your mixed content issues, and a fix button to repair the problem. In addition you have some options to improve security, like HTTP Strict Transport Security (which will force users to keep using your site over https after the first visit), the preload list (which preloads HSTS for your site in browsers), and a certificate expiration check so you will receive an email when your certificate is about to expire.

    For any issues that can’t be solved with the scan feature you have access to premium support.

    The complete list is here: https://really-simple-ssl.com/downloads/really-simple-ssl-pro/

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