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Knowledge Base Category: Mixed content

Removing Mixed content fixer comment from HTML source

Really Simple SSL adds a HTML comment to the source of your website. Since 2.4 this is a data attribute. This makes it easy to check if the Mixed content fixer is active. This is necessary because sometimes other plugins block the Mixed content fixer.

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Disabling SSL for one page only

The problem: services that don’t support SSL The best way to go is to get your entire site on SSL. But sometimes, there are services that are not really up to date: they don’t provide an SSL certificate on their service. Especially iFrames cause this

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How to replace other domains that should be on SSL

If you include external domains that are not replaced to https by Really Simple SSL, you can fix this with a filter. Really Simple SSL replaces all references to your own domain, and all links that are included with src=”http://www.another-domain.com”. In version 2.11, an extensive

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Plugin conflict force rewrite title Yoast

*Update* This issue should be resolved in the 2.4 version. I left the Yoast check for now, but this warning will be removed in future versions. If you get this warning and the mixed content fixer does not work, please let me know. ——————- When

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