Knowledge Base Archives: Mixed content

Mixed content Plugin conflicts

Known plugin compatibility issues

Sometimes Really Simple SSL doesn’t work too well with other plugins. Most of the time this is caused by another plugin blocking the mixed content fixer. We know of compatibility issues with the following plugins: WP Social SEO Booster (hasn’t been updated in three years, so wouldn’t recommend to use it anyway) USM Premium (USM support appears …

Mixed content Multisite Plugin conflicts

Hyperlinks to external urls getting replaced to https

There are two situations where a normal hyperlink to an external url could get replaced to https Website domain is part of the external domain When the external url is for example http://domain.com.au while the website url is http://domain.com this can happen. Really Simple SSL replaces all instances of the own website domain in the html to https. …

Mixed content Plugin conflicts Seo

Compatibility fix for Social Warfare share counts recovery

*  EDIT * This fix is not needed anymore, as Warfar plugins has integrated this fix in their plugin.  If you are using the Social Warfare share counts recovery plugin to recover the social shares and likes for Facebook,  Twitter etc, you might run into the problem that there is a slight incompatibility between the plugins. …

Mixed content

Images not found with Photon from Jetpack

Some websites using JetPack have Photon activated. Photon is an image acceleration and editing service, where the images are served from the WordPress cloud. In some cases, there are issues with this service when moving to SSL. If you encounter links as these in your site that are giving you 400 or 404 errors, you …

Mixed content Redirect rules Seo

Does Really Simple SSL make my site slower?

When you’ve activated Really Simple SSL on your site, in some cases you might notice your site has become slower. I specifically built this plugin to be fast: most of the work is done in the back-end, which doesn’t harm your performance. So why is your site slower now? What most people forget is that when …