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MultisiteReally Simple SSL pro

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 …

Warnings & Errormessages

SSL activated! message not going away

After activation of SSL in Really Simple SSL, there’s a success message that confirms your site has been migrated to https. SSL activated! Don’t forget to change your settings in Google Analytics en Webmaster tools. More info. When the x in the right top is clicked, an ajax call is fired that sets the “success …

Premium pluginsSettings

Installed and activated Really Simple Social but shares have not returned

If you have installed and activated Really Simple Social, but shares have not been recovered, there are a few steps you can take. First, make sure the plugin is active. If the plugin is active, but not doing recovery on a page, there will be a string in your html: data-rsssl-social=0 If this is the …

Mixed contentMultisitePlugin conflicts

Hyperlinks to external urls getting replaced to https

There are two situations where a normal hyperlink to an external url could get replaced to https Website domain is part of the external domain When the external url is for example http://domain.com.au while the website url is http://domain.com this can happen. Really Simple SSL replaces all instances of the own website domain in the html to https. …

Redirect rules

Redirect to https not working

After you enable Really Simple SSL, by default a PHP redirect is activated, which is called wp 301 redirect in the plugin. If you notice your site can still be reached over https, this redirect might not work because of other plugins, like caching plugins for example. If you’re using Apache, the best redirect method …