We have added documentation and f.a.q. for the most common issues and questions which arise during installation and configuration. Please contact support for assistance if needed.
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Email notifications are sent when triggered by certain features or possible updates from Really Simple SSL. This is what you need to know: The email is sent to your email, either defaulted to the admin email or, if entered, the email under General Settings. The
Email notifications are new in Really Simple SSL. They are not enabled by default, but we strongly recommend using this new feature so you’re up-to-date and notified when to take action. These emails will be used when important features are enabled, and a double-check might
When activating the “Disable the built-in file editors” feature under Settings > Hardening in Really Simple SSL, you may receive a notice that “the DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT constant is defined and set to false” as shown in the below image. When DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT has been defined in the
When attacking WordPress websites, guessing usernames and passwords is still a commonly used method to gain access to a WordPress back-end. It goes without saying, that using easy to guess passwords like ‘12345’ or ‘Welcome2022’ will make it really easy for attackers to login to
Really Simple SSL Per Page and Really Simple Social, bot Premium add-ons for Really Simple SSL are no longer supported after updating to Really Simple SSL 6.0 and, or Really Simple SSL Pro 6.0 our upcoming major release. The plugins will still work, but not