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SSL certificate

SSL working on desktop, but not on mobile (android) devices

If the SSL certificate on your site works fine on desktop but gives an error on mobile devices (specifically Android):  this certificate isn’t from a trusted authority, there is probably an issue with your SSL certificate chain. To check this, run an SSL check here: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest If one of the results is This server’s certificate …

Plugin conflicts

Plugin conflicts: tracking down the cause

Sometimes you can experience plugin issues that seem to be caused by Really Simple SSL. What most people forget, is that when you activate Really Simple SSL, you also force SSL (which is not the same). In some cases your site being on SSL can also cause the issue. When you activate the SSL plugin, three …

Excluding/including SSL on specific pagesGuidesPremium pluginsSettings

How to install Really Simple SSL per page

If you just bought the Really Simple SSL per page plugin, and are wondering to install it, here’s how to to it. You can watch this video for a brief explanation of the installation and most important features, or scroll down to the explanation below. If you need any help, just submit a ticket If the video …

Seo

Rich snippets getting removed after migration to SSL

I recently got forwarded this message from a customer that had migrated to SSL. Google has detected structured markup on some of your pages that we believe violates our structured data guidelines. Because incorrect information lowers the quality of search results for users, rich snippets will not appear in Google Search results for pages with …

Mixed contentRedirect rulesSeo

Does Really Simple SSL make my site slower?

When you’ve activated Really Simple SSL on your site, in some cases you might notice your site has become slower. I specifically built this plugin to be fast: most of the work is done in the back-end, which doesn’t harm your performance. First, take a look at this independent test: https://plugintests.com/plugins/really-simple-ssl/latest. You will see the test indicates …