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Really Simple SSL 2.2.16 released

Some of you might have noticed, but the release of 2.2.13 didn’t go as smoothly as planned. During extensive testing and a beta period there didn’t come up anything, so I decided to go live. Within a few hours I had to roll back to a previous version because something did come up: the WordPress media library didn’t work anymore which is pretty serious.

So in this version I changed the output buffering code back to how it was before.

Improvements are: a bug in the multisite environment was fixed, a filter was added to remove the comment this plugin adds to check if the mixed content fixer is active, and several other small improvements.

Still looking for a better way to betatest, with a larger group of active betatesters. Any suggestion is welcome!

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