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Networkwide SSL activation fails on IIS server 7

Sometimes networkwide SSL activation can fail on IIS server 7 setups because the request entity is too large. When this happens, you can increase the uploadReadAheadSize value in your applicationHost.config file. The default value is set too low for some websites, increasing the value should resolve this issue. For detailed instructions see http://galhano.com/blog/?p=2135

GuidesNo SSL detectedSSL certificateWarnings & Errormessages

How to fix the ‘no response from webpage’ warning

Check if the front-end of your website loads Does the front-end of your website load fine? Then this warning is a false positive and can be safely ignored. Does the front-end return a warning or error? Please follow the steps below to diagnose and fix the issue. Check your SSL certificate the no response from …

Mixed content when using Divi theme

Once in a while we come across users who experience mixed content issues when using Divi theme and Divi builder. Divi uses its own built-in caching mechanism. To fix the mixed content the Divi cache has to be cleared. To do this, navigate to the ‘Divi’ menu in the left menu bar in the WordPress …

Media library not showing images, or upload error after switch to SSL

There are several issues I regularly encounter with the WordPress Media library after a site has moved to SSL. HTTP error If you try to upload, and see the error message “HTTP error”, this points to a permissions error on the server. Sometimes when a site is switched to SSL, permissions have to be configured …

Redirect LoopsRedirect rulesWarnings & Errormessages

htaccess redirect to https may cause redirect to 401.shtml when using password protection

When using the .htaccess for password protection in combination with the .htaccess 301 redirect to https in Really Simple SSL, a redirect to https://domain.com/401.shtml might occur. A simple solution which has been reported to work is to add ErrorDocument 401 default To the top of your .htaccess, so the end result looks like this (the …