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WordPress fix Reply To: Mixed Content Problem

Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by Varun Sharma, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. Varun Sharma

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    Reply To: Mixed Content Problem, by Varun Sharma

    Hi,

    Following are several ways to identify the insecure (HTTP) assets loaded on secure (HTTPS) pages.

    You may need to use several of these methods to resolve all your browser security warnings about mixed content.

    Option 1: View Source

    This method is pretty simple. Load the page via HTTPS; right-click anywhere on the page; and click “View Page Source”, “View Source”, or “Source”, depending on your browser.

    Then use the “Find” command (Edit -> Find or Ctrl+F or Cmd+F) and search for:

    "http: or 'http:

    Long story short, you’re manually looking for images, scripts, iframes, and all other assets served via HTTP instead of HTTPS.

    If you don’t find any with either double- or single-quote HTTP:, then you’re all done with that page.

    Keep browsing to other HTTPS pages and keep searching through View Source.

    Option 2: Use a Plugin

    A plugin exist that essentially do the View Source for you:


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