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I installed https on a website. I did these steps :

I don´t understand what is the link betweeen these tasks and the theme options. Someone has got an idea ?

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About Database changes

To do this changes in database, I made my own plugin which run first of all a "select" to do a check in before replace strings. A way to control what I´m doing.

For the moment I replaced "http://my-site.com" by "https://my-site.com" in these tables/columns:

  1. options -> option_value
  2. posts -> post_content
  3. posts -> guid
  4. comments -> comment_author_url
  5. comments -> comment_content
  6. postmeta -> meta_value

It seems to be insufficient

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    When you sayyou changed the URL in the database, can you be more specific about how you did this? A lot of people just do a search replace via PHPMyAdmin, which breaks serialised PHP data, causing issues – Tom J Nowell Apr 6 '20 at 19:19
  • Temporarily switch themes to a standard wordpress theme such as 2019 or 2020 and see if the issue goes away. Your theme may be creating the problem. I have found some plugins & themes write yoursite.blahblah into the database rather than relative links, in which case you can export your database, search for http and replace with https (selectively) as required. Then backup your old db and create a new one and import the data. – Admiral Noisy Bottom Apr 6 '20 at 22:52
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It seems no connection technically but you might break the serialized data in the database. Can you please try again with the Better Search Replace plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/better-search-replace/ and see if it still breaks? If it's not then you are breaking the serialize data.

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As @ShaikhAezaz said, when you run a simple replace in database for serialized data you got this :

s:18:"https://my-site.com"

instead of

s:19:"https://my-site.com"

That´s why serialized data are broken for theme options.

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