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Improved multisite support for Really Simple SSL

This Monday I noticed Really Simple SSL has passed 200 000 active installs! While 100 000 was a milestone, the speed in which the 200 000 was reached is a milestone in itself 🙂

In the latest release of Really Simple SSL, I wanted to expand the multisite support. The plugin always worked for multisite, but there was never this feeling of complete control. What was missing was a settings menu on the network level, from which you can switch between per site and network wide activation, and where you can handle the most important settings. This applies only when you have networkwide enabled the plugin of course. This network menu is the main thing that has been added.

In addition we have released Really Simple SSL pro multisite, where you can override all settings on site level, and you can choose to hide the SSL menu for your site users if you want. The settings tab also gives you an overview of all sites that have SSL enabled, en you can enable or disable SSL from that tab. Asides from this, it has all the features of Really Simple SSL pro, like the scan, certificate expiration warning, and so on.

 

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