Knowledge Base Archives: Uninstalling

Settings Uninstalling

Can I deactivate Really Simple SSL after activating SSL?

Really Simple SSL is built to be very lightweight: the majority of the files is not even loaded when a visitor requests the frontpage. But if you want to remove the plugin after enabling SSL, do NOT use the WordPress deactivation in the plugins overview. Important! Deactivating the plugin in WordPress reverts your site to …

Plugin conflicts Redirect Loops Uninstalling

Using safe mode

Migrating to SSL can cause unexpected side effects. When caching is causing redirects, or a plugin redirects back to http, or other such issues, it can be helpfull to activate Really Simple SSL in a minimized way (as of 2.5.9). First, deactivate Really Simple SSL (use the remote script if you don’t have access to …

Redirect Loops Uninstalling

when the built in deactivation does not work, manual uninstalling

Installing SSL can be tricky. If another plugin redirects to http, or your certificate is not valid,¬† a redirect loop could¬†occur, resulting in a not accessible back-end. This plugin is shipped with a simple way to deactivate remotely, without access to the back-end. Though this should always work, as a fall-back I’ll describe here how …