[Support request] Detail Page not Secure

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  • #1499126
    John

    Hi!

    My site is secure but if you go to this page and click the DETAILS HERE link of the first or third class listed, the subsequent page is not secure.

    But for the second class listed, the page generated by clicking the DETAILS HERE link is secure.

    How do I secure all these pages?

    In Dashboard > Settings > General both the WordPress Address and the Site Address are set to: https://www.lucybarber.com

    Thanks!

    #1499146
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi,

    You can edit the page and check if the links have https:// protocol.

    Looking at the code of that particular page, the first & the third “Details Here” link doesn’t seem to have https://.

    Add it in and see if it addresses the issue.

    Example:
    Change – www.yoursite.com/classes/mentoring-for-your-creative-process/
    to – https://www.yoursite.com/classes/mentoring-for-your-creative-process/

    A wise man once said:
    "Have you cleared your cache?"

    #1499712
    John

    Hi…

    Caches were cleared previously. Editing the links on that page worked.

    Using the plugin ‘Search and Replace’ I see in the _posts table there are 138 instances of URL’s with http instead of https. I wonder how that happened?

    #1500581
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Caches were cleared previously. Editing the links on that page worked.

    Nice one.

    Using the plugin ‘Search and Replace’ I see in the _posts table there are 138 instances of URL’s with http instead of https. I wonder how that happened?

    I can’t really be sure since I don’t see it but perhaps they’re all the same case w/ this one.

    It’s either: All the posts’ links were manually pasted this way.

    or:

    The site previously didn’t have SSL certificate and the posts were made prior to SSL certification, making the assigned links still use “http://

    But this is all speculation.

    Nonetheless: Since you’re already using Search and Replace, you can just replace all the http:// with https://

    A wise man once said:
    "Have you cleared your cache?"

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