Tag Archives: Mixed content

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 …

Mixed content

How to exclude a url from the mixed content fixer

It sometimes is necessary to exclude a certain url from the mixed content fixer. For those who don’t know already: the mixed content fixer in Really Simple SSL changes all urls from http to https, except for hyperlinks to other domains. This can be easily accomplished with a filter. You can add it to your …

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.┬áThis makes it easy to check if the mixed content fixer is active. This is necessary because sometimes other plugins block the mixed content fixer. If the comment does not appear, you know you have a …

Mixed content Warnings & Errormessages

How to check if the mixed content fixer is active

If the mixed content fixer is activated in the settings, you can check on your configuration tab if Really Simple SSL detected it on the front-page. The plugin does this by checking if the homepage contains the marker comment. If not, you will get an error message: The mixed content is activated, but the frontpage …

Mixed content

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 the your own domain, and all links that are included with src=”http://www.another-domain.com”. In version 2.11, an extensive mixed content fixer will be added, which will also include …