Tag Archives: SSL certificate

Excluding/including SSL on specific pages Redirect rules SSL certificate

AutoSSL Let’s Encrypt plugin cannot verify domain because of .htaccess 301 redirect

I recently came across an issue where the AutoSSL let’s encrypt plugin can’t verify the domain. Strange though it may seem, this tool needs to access the website over http to renew the SSL certificate. A solution can be to disable the .htaccess redirect, renew, then enable again, but this is not a very elegant …

Guides SSL certificate

How to install an SSL certificate on localhost / MAMP

If you do development on your own machine, then deploy to production, and you have an SSL certificate on your site, it is usefull to have SSL on your localhost environment.  This guide will take you through all the necessary steps to get a working certificate on localhost. The instructions are based on macOS Sierra 10.12.5, using MAMP …

Redirect Loops Settings

SSL with CloudFlare and Really Simple SSL

If you are a CloudFlare user, there are a few things to consider when migrating to SSL. If you run into redirect loops when you use CloudFlare, and have activated Really Simple SSL, check if you have configured below settings correctly. Page rules In CloudFlare you have the option to define page rules. If this …

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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 …

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 …