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Inserting HSTS header using PHP

HSTS Header insertion Really Simple SSL pro has the ability to set HSTS header for your website. In most cases this is done by inserting the HSTS header in the .htaccess file used by Apache and related webservers. Inserting the HSTS header in the .htaccess file is a reliable way to send the HSTS header when …

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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. In the screenshot below you can see a result from …

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Really Simple SSL Multisite set-up and tips

Really Simple SSL is fully multisite compatible. In combination with Really Simple SSL pro multisite you get full control over your multisite SSL setup. The different options you have when activating for multisite can be a little daunting, so in this article I’ll try to explain what your options are, and when you need to …

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Download link expired

If your download link from your purchase email has expired, you can create an account with the email address you used to do the purchase. After you register, you can login and view your account page, where you can download the latest version of Really Simple SSL pro.

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Updating Really Simple SSL pro

Really Simple SSl pro uses the licensing framework from Easy Digital Downloads, which is a proven technology for upgrading in WordPress. If you have issues upgrading, please check if you have activated your license. If your license is activated, the word “active” should appear in green behind the license input box on your license tab. …