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Yes it applies to your old articles. There are several specific issues related to images which use absolute urls (mixed content errors). Basically you need to inform plugin/theme authors to update their code or to update it yourself (which is not recommended because in case of update you will lose the changes.) Yes. After applying the certificate you need ...


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For the login part, this works for me ... Paste the following line in your wp-config.php if ($_SERVER['HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO'] == 'https') $_SERVER['HTTPS']='on'; but make sure that you do it before the following line require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php'); By doing so you can get your admin panel back ... See details here


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The source of this problem was a mu-plugin that our vendor left in, but should have been removed. Anyway, the lesson here is to always check your plugins.


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I had exactly the same problem and the solution for me was to add these lines to /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/default-ssl.conf, which is my SSL-enabled website's configuration file: <Directory /var/www/html/> AllowOverride All </Directory> Of course, this assumes DocumentRoot /var/www/html. Change accordingly if ...


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I got the same problem, site wasn't loading with Chrome after the update (I guess Firefox/Safari handles this somehow differently), because of those https asset links. Are you using WooCommerce by any chance? After updating that I got my site running again, here is a part of their changelog: Fix - Fixed Google Chrome forcing to use SSL. This can cause some ...


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The short answer is that you should always use https whenever possible even on the most basic websites regardless of whether you use wordpress. Here are some of the reasons with a short explanation. Security - Even on pages that don't necessarily need to be secure it is useful to use https because you want cover as many situations as possible. Consider, ...


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The reason that this is happening is that WordPress will always use the 'siteurl' whenever you navigate past the home page. AFAIK there is no way around this to make the pages accessible from multiple urls. If you only want the ssl on certain pages, there are plugins for that. Besides, if you've paid for the ssl on the site why would you want to make it ...



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