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Mixed contentWarnings & Errormessages

How to track down mixed content or insecure content

If you do not see the green lock in your browser address bar, you still have mixed content. It is very important that this is fixed, because browsers will throw all sorts of warnings at users, who might get scared. What is mixed content? Your website consists of HTML, images, javascript and CSS files. When …

Redirect Loops

Website loads well in Chrome, but gives redirect loop in Safari

This can be caused by your server configuration, or by the SSL certificate. Read this article  on how to check if it is caused by your certificate. For the server configuration, you can try the steps below. On some servers, Safari may have issues with certain .htaccess redirects. To solve this, you can either remove the …

Redirect LoopsUninstalling

when the built in deactivation does not work, manual uninstalling

Installing SSL can be tricky. If another plugin redirects to http, or your certificate is not valid,  a redirect loop could occur, resulting in a not accessible back-end. This plugin is shipped with a simple way to deactivate remotely, without access to the back-end. Though this should always work, as a fall-back I’ll describe here how …

Seo

Does the plugin do a seo friendly 301 redirect?

By default a 301 internal WordPress permanent redirect is added, which means the redirect is handled by WordPress. If you are running on Apache or Litespeed, you can also enable a .htaccess 301 redirect, which will be slightly faster, as it doesn’t need to pass through WordPress. Share Share Share

Mixed content

My browser still gives mixed content warnings

If you still get mixed content warnings, you have to track down the cause. If the mixed content fixer is working, the Really Simple SSL fixes all images, javascript, style links, @import urls and iframes with http links. In most cases, the mixed content is caused by http links in javascript (.js) or stylesheets (.css) …