Tag Archives: .htaccess

404 pages Redirect rules

Redirection to subfolder domains redirects to https://www.domain.com/domain.com

If you are running multiple single site WordPress websites in one hosting account, where you redirect to the correct domain using htaccess code like the example this: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !domain.com/ RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^domain.com$ [NC,OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.domain.com$ RewriteRule (.*) /domain.com/$1 [L] the default Really Simple SSL redirect in combination with this code might …

Excluding/including SSL on specific pages Redirect rules SSL certificate

Preventing subdomains or add on domains from getting forced to https

If you have several subdomains, or add-on domains, but do not use WordPress Multisite, you’ll need a way to prevent Really Simple SSL from forwarding all subdomains to https. That is, if these subdomains do not have an SSL certificate of course. 1. Go to Really simple ssl settings and check Stop editing the .htaccess …

Plugin conflicts

Troubleshooting with Really Simple SSL

If you are experiencing problems which you don’t have when Really Simple SSL is deactivated, there are some steps you can do to track down the cause. Clear your browser history Most issues are caused by the cache in the browser. Try using a different browser, or on a different device to check if you …

Settings

How to clear HSTS from your browser

If you enabled HSTS on your site, you’ll have to clear it from your browser after you disabled it again. Otherwise, your site willl keep loading over SSL. In Chrome: In the address bar, type “chrome://net-internals/#hsts”. Type the domain name in the text field below “Delete domain”. Click the “Delete” button. Type the domain name …

Redirect rules

Manually insert .htaccess redirect http to https

Really Simple SSL tries to insert the correct .htaccess redirect rules. There are several server configurations, which each require their own .htaccess redirect. The plugin tries to detect which rule applies, and then tests the result. In some cases the test fails, or the .htaccess was not writable. In that case, you’ll have to insert …