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Knowledge Base Category: Mixed content

Mixed content in the postmeta table

Mixed content in the postmeta table When WordPress creates a post it saves all kinds of information about that post (for example a thumbnail) in the in the wp_postmeta database table. If your theme then uses information from the postmeta table to insert an image

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Fix mixed content in PHP files

When you see a ‘ PHP file with mixed content’ mixed content file in your mixed content scan, the result cannot be fixed automatically. The scan does provide all the information required to fix the file manually. When seeing such a result in your scan

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Mixed content when using Divi theme

Once in a while we come across users who experience mixed content issues when using Divi theme and Divi builder. Divi uses its own built-in caching mechanism. To fix the mixed content the Divi cache has to be cleared. To do this, navigate to the

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Locating mixed content in widgets

Sometimes the scan finds mixed content in widgets. If you see this message it’s likely there’s a link to an image in one of your widgets which isn’t available over https://. The scan helps you locate the widget in which the mixed content is found.

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Known plugin compatibility issues

In some cases there are compatibility issues with other plugins. Most of the time this is caused by another plugin blocking the mixed content fixer. The following plugins appear to conflict with Really Simple SSL: Amazon Associates Link Builder blocks saving of settings. Plugin Organizer Updating

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