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The HTTPS offers many advantages such as SEO, security and performance. In our detailed guide, you will learn how to migrate your WordPress page from HTTP to HTTPS. The difference between SSL and HTTPS, how to install and activate an SSL certificate and how to move WordPress sites from HTTP protocol to HTTPS. Activate WordPress to use secure (HTTPS) connections. HTTPS redirection can be activated by installing our SG Optimizer plugin in your WordPress application.

Browse to the HTTPS Preferences page in the Administrator side bar of the Dashboard.

Browse to the HTTPS Preferences page in the Administrator side bar of the dashboard. When you use a non-default SSL hosting for your HTTPS session (for example, a sub-domain or a share SSL host), type the full safe SSL address into the SSL hosting. To make sure that your administrative area is safe, select Force SSL Administrator.

To protect only your administration panels and/or the postings and pages you submit, activate Force SSL exclusive. In this way it is ensured that all contents not specified as safe are always provided via HTTP. To save individual contributions and pages during processing, update the HTTPS field on the right side bar.

Browse to the HTTPS Preferences page in the Administrator side bar of the dashboard. When you use a non-default SSL hosting for your HTTPS session (for example, a sub-domain or a share SSL host), type the full safe SSL address into the SSL hosting. To make sure that your administrative area is safe, select Force SSL Administrator.

To protect only your administration panels and/or the postings and pages you submit, activate Force SSL exclusive. In this way it is ensured that all contents not specified as safe are always provided via HTTP. To save individual contributions and pages during processing, update the HTTPS field on the right side bar.

You should see an option in the dashboard for each element that partly encrypts your page, similar to "The page on https://www.example. com/ showed unsafe contents from http://www.example.com/.". "Notice that the URI that loads unsafe contents is HTTP and not HTTPS. As soon as you have pinpointed the unsafe items, you need to find out which design or plug-in is actually load these items.

This item is remote (not hosted on your server) and is not available via HTTPS. You must remove these items from the page by deactivating or changing the topic or plug-in that adds the item. This item is internally (hosted on your server), but will not be switched to HTTPS.

You have to change the picture path to relatively left. Can' t get into my administration pane. What can I do to restore the plug-in properties? Meet any page on your page and then delete it or annotate it again. define('WPHTTPS_RESET', true); The preferences are not saved! What do I do to keep my entire website safe?

In order to make your whole website safe, all you need to do is modify your site' URL to use HTTPS instead of HTTP. As a result, each of the URLs with a forward oblique is safe (all). What do I do to make certain pages safe? HTTPS is the title of a Meta-Box added to the Add/Edit Mailcreen.

This metafield has a new ''Secure Post'' control panel added to it to simplify this operation. You can also use URL filters to protect posts and pages with their permission link. I use the Force SSL Administration and all my website frontend hyperlinks are HTTPS. To make sure that your website's frontend is HTTP, activate Force SSL Exclusive and do not save your frontend pages.

Do you have a check mark or flag to enforce the security of the pages? This is an example of how to use the "orce_ssl" flag to make a page be safe. The possibility has been added to mapp both on and from HTTPS with URL mapp. Error corrected when using ports from outside sources, the HTTPS test did not remove the ports.

HTTPS external items on HTTP pages now remain HTTPS. Corrected a problem where administrator link was interrupted in multi-site networking. Easily customized side columns widths. You can now use admin-ajax. php to configure the preferences page. Troubleshooting - The SSL Administrator preference should now be maintained correctly when using FORCE_SSL_ADMIN. Troubleshooting - You should now correctly configure your home page link to HTTP if you are using Force SSL only.

Major Web site owners using the standard SSL host (which matches the site URL) should see a significant improvement in throughput. The Access Control Allow Originals headers have been added to AJAX requests so that HTTP pages can make HTTPS-AJAX requests locally. Troubleshooting - Pages that could not be logged into the administration area after the last version should now work again.

Troubleshooting - Parser error solved where link and form were misspelled. Troubleshooting - Pages that could not be logged into the administration area after the last version should now work again. Network setting added for multi-site installation. Troubleshooting - Items should now be correctly saved by checking the filename suffix in the parser.

Troubleshooting - The FORCE_SSL_ADMIN should no longer cause redirection looping if the ssl_admin preference is wrong. You can use it to assign remote domaines that are hosting their HTTPS contents on another domain. The Remove unsafe items checkbox has been added. When possible, this feature will remove from the page items that cannot be uploaded via HTTPS, thus eliminating unsafe bugs without changing the source text.

The Safe Title Page checkbox has been cleared. Troubleshooting - The visit of the administrator panels via HTTP when using Shared SSL should no longer be logged out, but will be redirected accordingly. Troubleshooting - Fixed logo out filters that changed text-only link. Add safe typing of URLs. Those who get 404 bugs when using shared SSL on each page should now be able to use the shared SSL's that did not work before.

Every item on an HTTP page that is flagged as HTTPS should be automatically fixed. Troubleshooting - The SSL host should now always end with a comma. Setup added to modify where HTTPS preferences are displayed in the administration area. Troubleshooting - Force SSL and SSL Front Page should no longer have conflicts.

Troubleshooting - When Force SSL Exclusive is activated and Secure Front Page is not activated (or the title page is not secured), title page hyperlinks are put to HTTP. Troubleshooting - Library widget link should now display properly. Troubleshooting - User using Shared SSL should have no more corrupted URL's and redirections.

Troubleshooting - Pages should be accurately detected as HTTPS when PHP retrieves an IP for SERVER_ADDR in $_SERVER. Troubleshooting - User using the standard permission link tree should now have URLs corrected to/from HTTPS. The Force SSL Admin is always activated if FORCE_SSL_ADMIN in wp-config.php is real.

Troubleshooting - User using Shared SSL should no longer have problems with the duplication of the SSL host paths in URLs. Troubleshooting - The plug-in should now work correctly when using a slave domain as SSL host. Troubleshooting - Page and mail link will only be enforced to HTTPS if you are using another SSL host that is not a sub-domain of your home url.

Troubleshooting - The SSL host flag was not properly set on successive save attempts. Troubleshooting - URLs typed for the SSL host were not validated properly. Troubleshooting - Remote URLs were not always detected as legitimate remote items. Force pages to/from HTTPS is now possible with the'force_ssl' flag.

If you use Force Shared SSL Administrator, the system always rewrites a link to the administrator area with the shared SSL host. If you use shared SSL, all hyperlinks to posts and pages from the administrator area use the shared SSL host to maintain the administrative functions on these pages. Redirections to the administrator panels are now included in wp_redirect instead of using the auth_redirect plug-in feature.

Cannonical redirections now still appear on websites that use a different SSL host, but not on safe pages. The Internal HTTPS Element checkbox has been cleared. Unchecking this was never a good suggestion, so it was taken out and the plug-in will always work as it was when this was checked.

Remove the HTTPS Externals Element checkbox. How to handle extern items has changed so much that this is no longer needed. Remove the Disable automatic HTTPS checkbox. As a rule, this should still be activated. As a result, the administration panel was not displayed in both HTTP and HTTPS.

Troubleshooting - When using shared SSL, the logon page would not consider the redirect_to variables after a successfull logon. Add URL outside credentials to the plug-in so that outside items are verified only once, which increases the performance of Web pages that do not use Bypass Outside Verification. The Forced SSL checkbox is enabled on all pages where the form points to a page that contains the Forced SSL checkbox. All form fields are also refreshed to HTTPS on HTTP pages.

Troubleshooting - When using Shared SSL, the permission link tree was incorrect. Troubleshooting - Certain specific settings on the servers caused the plug-in to generate redirection loop when using the Force SSL exclusive switch. Troubleshooting - Title page link when using recent postings was not properly configured to HTTP/HTTPS.

Troubleshooting - When using shared SSL, the HTTPS server did not replace the HTTPS server with the shared SSL address for internals. Troubleshooting - When using shared SSL, the administrator's logon page was not always redirected due to issue caching. Troubleshooting - When using shared SSL, the auth_redirect feature did not redirect to the shared SSL URI.

Generated Update Widgets on the preferences page to allow dynamical updating from plug-in devellopers. Added the Force Shared SSL Administrator checkbox to allow Shared SSL users to use their certificates for their administrator dashboards. Troubleshooting - Password-protected pages enforced to SSL are now working well.

5 if a page is enforced to HTTPS, all hyperlinks to that page will always be HTTPS, even if you use the'Disable automatic HTTPS' checkbox. Similarly, if the "Force SSL only" checkbox is checked, all pages that do not force SSL will be modified to HTTP on HTTPS pages.

Troubleshooting - In the administration area only the links URL's are converted back to HTTP. Solved cross-browser problem with using JavaScript on the plug-in setup page. Bugfix. The validity of the plug-in setting has been improved and refreshed. The hide timing for mails from the plug-in preferences page has been extended from 2 to 5 seconds, so the longer errors could be seen before the mail pales.

When you display an administrator page via SSL and your home IP address is not HTTPS enabled, HTTP is enforced on link to the website frontend. Using shared SSL, any anchors pointing to the normal HTTPS versions of the domains are modified to use the shared SSL host.

Troubleshooting - When using'Latest Posts' as start page, the start page would be redirected to HTTP when viewing via HTTPS, even if the'Force SSL Exclusively' checkbox was inactive. Fixed a problem where the Disable Automatic HTTPS' URL's checkbox in the administration area would not analyze. Troubleshooting - After the last upgrade, URLs were no longer required to use HTTPS.

Correction function for rel. URL's when using Shared SSL has been added. Shared SSL added now. Day link was not reset to HTTP if the'Disable Automatic HTTPS' checkbox was on. The possibility to enforce the title page on HTTPS has been added. Improvements have been made to the plug-in's preference page.

Add edit items with the unsafe picture to filter types. The possibility to enforce SSL on certain pages has been added. In addition, the exclusive enforcement of SSL on certain pages has been added. Sites that are not constrained to HTTPS are constrained to HTTP. Because of growing concern about plug-in behavior, the HTTPS checking feature for remote items has been added.

If possible, the plug-in will now try to activate the parameter possible with the help of the setting method given above. Add the ability to modify items in HTTPS if the remote host allows access to the items via HTTPS. The way HTTPS was recognized was modified to ensure higher reliability.

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