Really Simple SSL 3.0.1

Today we released a minor update for Really Simple SSL, the 3.0.1 version.

The deactivating Really Simple SSL while keeping the site on https, is a new feature since 3.0, but due to a bug this didn’t work yet.

The javascript redirection is now disabled by default. You can still enable it in the settings of course.

A new features was added to force activate SSL. You can use this by adding
define(‘RSSSL_FORCE_ACTIVATE’, true);
To your wp-config.php

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