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How to Fix Mixed Content SSL Errors
How to Fix Mixed Content SSL Errors

These errors occur when resources are loaded from an unsecured HTTP connection on a SSL enabled website (HTTPS connection).

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Written by Vlad
Updated over a week ago

Mixed Content Errors are usually created by having the WordPress installation incorrectly configured to match the correct HTTPS protocol.

If a WordPress website has Mixed Content errors, Images, Icons, and Custom Fonts will not be loaded correctly.

This usually happens when:

  • The website is moved from a staging domain (which uses HTTP) to a live domain where a valid SSL certificate is used

  • The SLL certificate was installed after WordPress was installed

Install and Activate the Really Simple SSL plugin (easy)

  1. Go to WordPress Dashboard β†’ Plugins β†’ Add New

  2. Search for Really Simple SSL plugin

  3. Click on the Install button

  4. Click on Activate button

Install and Activate the Better Search and Replace plugin (advanced)

Important Note:

  1. Go to WordPress Dashboard β†’ Plugins β†’ Add New

  2. Search for Better Search and Replace plugin

  3. Click on the Install button

  4. Click on Activate button

  5. From the left Sidebar, click on the Better Search Replace option

  6. In the Search For field, type in your website URL with HTTP(e.g. http://domain.com)

  7. In the Replace With field, type in your website URL with HTTPS(e.g. https://domain.com)

  8. In the Select Tables option, select all of your Database Tables

  9. Uncheck the Run as dry run option

    Better Search and Replace plugin
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