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  • #13160 Reply

    Samantha
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    Hello,

    I’ve upgraded to Pro thinking it would show certain images in Slider Revolution. I’ve scanned the site and it did not find any errors related to Slider Rev. Sent you the url in an email. Thank you for checking.

    #13171 Reply

    Hi,

    I’m looking at your site now, but I assume you deactivated SSL, as the site is not on SSL. So I can’t see what the issue is.

    If the scan doesn’t show an issue, it’s possible the hotlink protection is blocking the images which would generate 403 forbidden errors, but I’d have to see the site on SSL to know for sure.

    #13174 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant

    Hi Rogier,

    Both SSLs are activated. http://screencast.com/t/hx5GKSf4MC

    Thank you for checking.

    #13182 Reply

    I see the issue. Those images are loaded over a different domain, which does not have an ssl certificate. I’ll do some tests why the scan didn’t find these links.

    If you go into the slider revolution settings, you will find in the slides some links referencing another domain, like this: http://sub.domain.net/wp-content/uploads/revslider/highlight-showcase/bluebar.png

    This domain doesn’t have an ssl cert, so it won’t load.

    If you change these images to:
    https://yourdomain.org/wp-content/uploads/revslider/highlight-showcase/bluebar.png

    It’ll start working.

    #13184 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant

    OK. Thanks. Will make those changes.

    It’s also breaking css/js? on Ultimate VC Addons —tabs and columns don’t appear as intended. http://screencast.com/t/Lrkpp9Y76aCt

    The scan results: http://screencast.com/t/K6jESesP8as

    Is there a solution for that?

    #13185 Reply

    Those files are probably not causing the issues. Can you mail me the url of that page? I can’t find it on your site.

    #13186 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant
    #13188 Reply

    I think it might be a browser caching issue on your side, as in my browser the page looks good. Did you try to clear the history in your browser?

    #13189 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant

    Cache it was. Thank you.

    #13190 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant
    #13192 Reply

    You’ll have to change the url in the revolution slide where it is used.
    Go to “revolution slider” / edit slides / edit slide, and look for that url. Than change it to your current url.

    #13193 Reply

    Samantha
    Participant

    OK. Updated each blue bar by selecting and editing it with the one that is in the media library for each slide. Don’t know of a way to view the url. For slide, yes, not individual images.

    Solved. Thanks for your prompt assistance.

    #19458 Reply

    Ramin Tahsili

    I have installed SSL certificate on my website, but the image layers in all of my Revolution Slides doesn’t show anymore, What should I do ?

    Thank You

    #19472 Reply

    Your slider probably uses images from another domain, or the url used is an old test url over which your site was temporarily available before going live. If you update the url of these images, your problem should be solved.

    To check this, you can follow the instructions to track down mixed content. In your console you will see what the problem is. https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/how-to-track-down-mixed-content-or-insecure-content/

    #21164 Reply

    Meny

    Same problem here.
    Images on same site but not working can you please help me here?

    #21165 Reply

    If the above suggestions do not help, I need to see the domain. Can you post your domain here, or send it to me through the contact page?

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