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Knowledge Base Tag: WordPress

How to use the Permission Policy header

The Permissions-Policy HTTP header replaces the existing Feature-Policy header for controlling delegation of permissions and powerful features. The header uses a structured syntax, and allows sites to more tightly restrict which origins can be granted access to features. This will be released in Really Simple

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Installing an SSL certificate

Really Simple SSL requires a valid SSL certificate to migrate your website to https. If your website does not have an SSL certificate, you will be shown the following warning message: If you see this notice, please click on the ‘Reload over https’ button. If

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Recommended .htaccess redirect option

If you didn’t enable the .htaccess redirect in your site, you may see a new plus one, with a notice in your dashboard (since version 3.2): “WordPress 301 redirect enabled. We recommend to enable the .htaccess redirect option on your specific setup.” What is a

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Amp javascript warning with Really Simple SSL

If your site uses AMP (accelerated mobile pages) in combination with Really Simple SSL, you might encounter an error regarding javascript in the head of the website. If you see this error, you have the option “javascript redirect to SSL” enabled in settings/ssl. The solution

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