SSL

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4

Really Simple SSL 3.2.4 is ready for release. This latest version of the plugin can now be found at the Really Simple SSL GitHub page. This release includes a number of improvements:

  • Fixed a CSS issue where buttons from other plugins had their styles reset
  • Added an option to dismiss all Really Simple SSL notices
  • Improved debug logging

And a number of other under the hood improvements. We’d love to hear your feedback on this new version!

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