[Support request] The mixed content fixer is active, but was not detected on the frontpage.

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  • #135464 Reply

    edd_user_9165539
    Participant

    Hi,

    I’m getting this error “The mixed content fixer is active, but was not detected on the frontpage”

    I’ve tried fixing the problem and completing scans but not getting anywhere.

    my website url is http://www.funkyreflections.com

    It shows up as HTTPS but does not have the green lock

    Thank you

    Jess

    #135529 Reply

    Mark Wolters
    Keymaster

    Hi Jess,

    the mixed content is coming from the Elementor stylesheet. To fix this, you can try to clear all caches the website uses. If you have enabled minified stylesheets/javascript, you might have to disable those temporarily.

    Mark

    #135902 Reply

    edd_user_9165539
    Participant

    Hi Mark,

    I’ve cleared all caches on my website. Please could you tell me how to disable those and where i can find them?

    Thank you

    #135941 Reply

    Mark Wolters
    Keymaster

    These options can be found in the Elementor settings. I’m not sure where exactly, but these sorts of minification options often cause mixed content.

    #140623 Reply

    sharon baba
    Participant

    i updated to the premium version, but there is no htpp and the website says it is not secured.

    #140629 Reply

    Did you follow the steps in this article?
    https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/how-to-check-if-the-mixed-content-fixer-is-active/

    If so, what step did you have an issue with?

    #140827 Reply

    Trudy Soucoup
    Participant

    I also have the same problem. Debugger says to send this to you for help.

    I am not a designer. Simply trying to get my nonprofit site secure for giving season.

    ************

    Options:
    * WordPress redirect
    * Mixed content fixer
    SERVER: apache
    SSL is enabled for this site
    ** Detecting configuration **
    plugin version: 3.1.1
    Already on SSL, start detecting configuration
    Opening testpage to check server configuration: https://homesfirst.org/wp-content/plugins/really-simple-ssl/ssl-test-page.php
    test page url, enter in browser to check manually: https://homesfirst.org/wp-content/plugins/really-simple-ssl/ssl-test-page.php
    Could not open testpage cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: self signed certificate
    SSL type: SERVER-HTTPS-ON
    ** Configuring SSL **
    testing htaccess rules…
    test page url, enter in browser to check manually: https://homesfirst.org/wp-content/plugins/really-simple-ssl/testssl/serverhttpson/ssl-test-page.html
    htaccess rules test failed with error: cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: self signed certificate
    checking if .htaccess can or should be edited…
    .htaccess does not contain default Really Simple SSL redirect
    retrieving redirect rules
    converting siteurl and homeurl to https

    #140865 Reply

    Mark Wolters
    Keymaster

    Hi Trudy,

    your site doesn’t seem to have a valid SSL certificate (see https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=homesfirst.org). The certificate your site is using is self-signed. For a certificate to be valid it needs to be issued by a certified certificate authority like Comodo or Let’s Encrypt. Really Simple SSL cannot obtain or install a certificate for you, we recommend to get a certificate at your hosting provider.

    #149347 Reply

    Bente Lilja Bye

    Hi,

    I installed your plugin and checked all the suggested actions. Yet, I get this error message when trying to reach my frontpage.

    This page isn’t working blb.as redirected you too many times.
    Try clearing your cookies.
    ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

    I’d appreciate some advise and tips to make this work. The SSL is valid, I emptied the caches.

    Thanks!

    Bente

    #149436 Reply

    Mark Wolters
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    this happens when a redirect loop occurs. A redirect loop occurs when there is a redirect to http:// active at the same time as a redirect to https://. These redirects point to eachother, resulting in a redirect loop. To fix this, the redirect to http:// has to be removed. For the most common causes of a redirect loop see https://really-simple-ssl.com/knowledge-base/my-website-is-in-a-redirect-loop/.

    Mark

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