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i noticed that when the slider doesn't work, this error shows up in the console: Uncaught TypeError: window.twttr.ready is not a function coming from gtm4wp-social-tracker.js i'm guessing that's a plugin you installed that isn't firing properly. try disabling that plugin to see if that's the cause of the issue.


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You could also add some rules to your .htaccess file to rewrite all http:// URLs to https:// This article from CSS Tricks explains what else you can do to move a WordPress site completely to https://


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Many of the files you are including on your page are being called using http rather than https. It is likely that this is causing your problem. If you want to test this before changing all your code, try copying the source code from your home page into a blank HTML file that you create in your root folder (e.g. test.html). Next, go through the HTML code for ...


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Search the place in your theme where you're including the google fonts script, and remove the leading part http: , at the beginning of google fonts api url. The part you're going to leave should look like //fonts.googleapis.com/css?family= and so on (leave what is after family but nothing before // ) Make a search replace in your theme to find


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Thanks to @Sorin for posting the trac. From there I found a solution using just filters in functions.php (so no editing the core) Thanks @mensmaximus for posting there: Link: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/33887#comment:3 <?php add_filter( 'network_admin_url', 'mmx_network_admin_url', 1, 2 ); function mmx_network_admin_url( $url, $path ){ ...


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Switch to full SSL for everything. Seriously, it's way easier than dealing with mixed content.


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The plugin you are using is quite old. I use this one without issues: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-force-ssl/


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It turned out to be a problem with the uploads directory (not sure what caused it initially). I was able to resolve the issue with the following filter: function fix_ssl( $url ) { if ( is_ssl() ) { if (stripos($url, 'http://') === 0) { $url = 'https' . substr($url, 4); } } return $url; } function uploadDir($uploads) { ...



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