- September 10, 2017 at 8:52 pm #51127
Everything seems to be working great with your plugin on my site, but for some reason the homepage slider images have lsot their grayscale and are appearing blown out after the push over to SSL. I understand it can be difficult to pinpoint issues between plugin conflicts, but do you have any ideas what’s happening here?
The slider is question is the main homepage slider. See especially image #2 in the roll. The image still appears as it should in the backend, but is now blown out. I’ve tried multiple browsers and don’t think it’s a cache issue.
RyanSeptember 10, 2017 at 9:00 pm #51129
This is not a plugin conflict, Really Simple SSL is working fine, but there are some things outside the reach of the plugin you have to fix manually:
– http links in css and js files. The css and js file seems to be generated by divi, you can try clearing the cache and disable minification.
– hardcoded images loading from non a secure sites. In your case this seems to be dev.virteva.com. Track down those images and replace the url.
For more info on how to do this, check this article:
https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/how-to-track-down-mixed-content-or-insecure-content/September 10, 2017 at 9:13 pm #51133
Thanks Rogier. I should note that I did run the RSSSL scan and fixed all mixed content issues that were generated before activating SSL. Are there others I should be fixing, and could you point me in the right direction? Also, the banner images do appear to be coming from https://www.virteva… and not the dev site.September 10, 2017 at 9:26 pm #51134
I’ll have to investigate why these images didn’t pop up, but these two are causing your issue:
You should find those in the slider revolution settings, where you can upload these images to your own server. That should fix your gradient issue.
As for the mixed content errors coming from the divi css and js files, possibly Divi has regenerated the css and js files after they were fixed by the plugin. In that case, you need to disable the minification to make it work I think. Clear the Divi cache as precaution.
If you’re finished, you should see a green lock in the browser address bar, which you don’t have at the moment.
Let me know if you have any questions!September 11, 2017 at 6:18 pm #51281
Rogier, thanks for the guidance. I was able to clear up the grayscale issue and did get the “Secure” green lock going. FWIW, the issue was a compression setting within the Divi Booster plugin.
One more thing to bug you with if I could..all the image animations are no longer working. We use the slide animation built in to the Divi builder, but all these are no longer working. Do you have any idea as to what’s happening here? More mixed content errors coming out of the divi css and js files?
RyanSeptember 11, 2017 at 8:33 pm #51296
Rogier, disregard the last image animation bug. This was due to one of our employees updating WP this morning and was unrelated to RSSSL.
RyanSeptember 11, 2017 at 8:50 pm #51300
Hi Ryan, thanks for the update!