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404 pages on your WordPress site when migrating to SSL

Sometimes users have the issue that all pages get 404 errors when Really Simple SSL is activated. The cause is different from user to user and from server to server. Re-save the permalinks Thought Really Simple SSL flushes the internal rewrite rules, it sometimes helps to do this again.  You can find the permalinks in …

Plugin conflicts

Troubleshooting with Really Simple SSL

If you are experiencing problems which you don’t have when Really Simple SSL is deactivated, there are some steps you can do to track down the cause. Clear your browser history Most issues are caused by the cache in the browser. Try using a different browser, or on a different device to check if you …

How to fix blocked resources that were not traceable

If you get this warning, a url was found in your website, but the plugin couldn’t find this url in either the database or in one of your files. In some cases the url will tell you something about the origin so take that url, open your site in your webbrowser, right click, and click …

Warnings & Errormessages

403 errors on my images when SSL is activated

Sometimes users get the issue that their images are not visible on the site after activating SSL, but the images are loaded with SSL links, and load fine when loaded directly. So this is not a mixed content error. When you look in the Chrome console (right mouse click, inspect element, console), you see a …

Settings

How to clear HSTS from your browser

If you enabled HSTS on your site, you’ll have to clear it from your browser after you disabled it again. Otherwise, your site willl keep loading over SSL. There are two ways to do this. The first sets the .htaccess header, which resets it for all users: Resetting the HSTS header using the .htaccess If …