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Depending on your site configuration and your browser, fixing this might take more than one step. The following should resolve many of these kinds of problems. Step 1: Deactivate the WordPress-HTTPS plugin Since you can't log into Admin, you need to do this behind WordPress's back. The simplest, brute-force way to do this is to rename the plugin's folder. ...
You are getting redirected because of the automatic redirection to the canonical address of the page which is http://.... You will need to use the redirect_canonical filter https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/hooks/redirect_canonical/ to tell wordpress to not redirect for that page.
My solution in the end was to modify the home and siteurl options to include https in the url, rather than http, which set WordPress to use https by default for my main site, but not the others. As I acquire certificates for the other subdomains I can modify the options on those sites to enable SSL Additional server configuration to set up SSL only on nginx ...
Yes - entirely possible to use SSL on only 1 site in a WP network. In the past, we have done this using .htaccess to force HTTPS for all URLs of a particular site, leaving all others HTTP. This was done using carefully written Apache URL rewrites. The SSL used was a wildcard cert although that will not impact how the server rewrites URLs.
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