Following a change to .htaccess in public_html to attempt HTTP->HTTPS redirection CSS began failing for my site. Reverting the file didn't help so I chose to press forward with changing all instances of http://domain -> https://domain using recommended methods online. However, my CSS still isn't loading... (attempted clearing local and wordpress cache already).
Upon developer inspection from a browser I find the following errors: Indicating to me that the CSS files aren't being loaded. Inspecting these indicates the CSS file isn't brought to the local machine, and copying the link I'm unable to retrieve the file... however - if I remove the ?ver=x.x.x statement lets me load it independently.
I attempted to modify the functions.php file to do try and push null to the version hoping that would remove it, but it didn't seem to change anything even after more cache clears. Without changes my enqueue_style looked like:
What should I do? Is there a way I can remove the versioning info from the request itself? I believe these files are still being requested using HTTP, but a plugin named "Find and Replace" is currently rerouting them to https... how can I update these to directly request https?