[Support request] File Location

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  • #974925
    Alan

    I’ve recently removed a plugin on my site that was called “Really Simple SSL”. My site used to be HTTP and it converted it to HTTPS. I’ve since updated all page content and links to be https and Ive removed the plugin. My site gets a green padlock and says there is no mixed content but when I did a site scan with AHREFS if showed a couple of http files. It didnt say there was an error so I dont know if I need to locate these files and update them to https or dont worry about them. The files are

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zvmp75a318pcejc/Http%20Jquery.png?dl=0

    Should they be https and if so where do I find them?

    Thanks

    #974945
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Have you solved this?

    I checked the console tab and no longer sees the mix content error.

    Let me know 🙂

    #975001
    Alan

    Hi Leo

    No I havent solved it. It doesnt show up as an error when you do a mixed content check. It shows up on Ahrefs when I do a site audit. It lists all of the urls on my site and these just appear in the urls. I noticed that they start with http and my site is now https so I wondered if they need fixing or they were ok. One of them is a generatepress file. Where do I go to view those files?

    Thanks

    #975003
    Alan

    They are all js files. Is there somewhere you set the base url for js?

    #975016
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hmm usually these issues would show in the console tab.

    Does it work if run Really Simple SSL again?

    #975019
    Alan

    Everything seems to run fine. I dont want to reinstall the plugin again.

    #975125
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    I think the tool you’re using is cached/wrong. I just took a look at the source of your website and all of those files are using HTTPS. Not seeing any issues at all 🙂

    #975168
    Alan

    I appreciate you telling me that Tom. I discovered it when doing a site scan using AHREFS. They still show up on there as http. Shall I just ignore it? They are all JS files and they are all http.

    #975493
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    I think you can ignore it. If you view the source and search for those files, you’ll see they’re being served over HTTPS 🙂

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