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The WP database for media items stores the full URL of the media file. If the media file was uploaded while the site was non-SSL, then a non-SSL URL is stored in the database. When you upgrade to SSL, new media has the SSL address. So you need a way to go through the database and change all instances of http://www.example.com to https://www.example.com . You ...


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Please try this code snippet and put it in the footer.php file. jQuery( window ).load(function($) { $('.wp-playlist-current-item img').remove(); }); or jQuery( window ).load(function($) { $('.wp-playlist-current-item').find('img').remove(); });


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You can easily do it with wp cli. Install wp-cli using the instruction here run wp plugin deactivate really-simple-ssl from terminal. You can also add autocomplete to your bash terminal so you can easily see suggestion of plugins you have installed.


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I tried posting this in comments but it kept stripping some of it so I figured using this I can be sure my response formats correctly..... Mixed-content errors can be a PITA to run down...try viewing the source for any page that gives that warning and search for instances of http: - often it's in template files, like the header/footer, could be a hard-coded ...


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