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- July 19, 2016 at 11:14 pm #12745
I deactivated Wordfence, Sslimstats & SEO plugins
The SSL Scan said there are no errors but initially did not detect SSL. I changed the admin to https as you said in another article and I was able to activate the SSL certificate.
The pages show up with the green locked icon but the images are missing. They point to the http:// address not the https:// address.
The General Settings also had the https:// but I changed it back to http:// because the site is live.
Thanks for your help.July 20, 2016 at 6:59 am #12751
If the images have a http link, I suspect the mixed content fixer is blocked or the cache not emptied. Did you clear and deactivate any caching plugin you might have?
Can you see < !– Really Simple SSL mixed content fixer active –> at the bottom of your source?
can you post your htaccess here, or email it to me? And also a http image html snippet if possible.July 20, 2016 at 6:43 pm #12765
I installed wp-cache and deleted the cache then disabled wp-cache, cleared all browsing data in Google Chrome and ran the SSL scan again and there is no difference.
I turned on the Chrome developer tools and did not see < !– Really Simple SSL mixed content fixer active –> at the bottom of my source.
By ‘html image snippet’ I assume the html link from an image on a page which I have sent, along with my htaccess code in an email.