Mixed Content is content which you are trying to serve on a secure website (HTTPS) over a none secure protocol (HTTP).

You usually get this problem after you have installed your SSL certificate. You might have still had insecure links on your website. Well, since it’s WordPress we can fix this fairly easy.

Always remember to backup your website before doing any major changes.

Easy Way Out:

Install this plugin: SSL Insecure Content Fixer

Once installed go to the plugin’s settings and set your level of fixing (read each option carefully to find which one best suites you). Not sure which option is best? You could know which files/links are being served insecurely and get an idea from what (widget, script, image, external image links) by checking your browser console.

Try each option (remember to save changes and clear browser cache) until you see your padlock appears and HTTPS turns green (Google Chrome) or the insecure content warning is gone (other browsers). The guaranteed option to work is the “Capture” method on the plugin but be sure to try it last.

Use the options right to the bottom of the plugin’s settings page to select how to detect HTTPS. If you are on a cloud host which you think might be running off of Amazon Web Services (AWS) then be sure to check the ”

 

Fix SSL Mixed Content Warning WordPress-Plugin Options

 

The long way out:

Go through website code and posts to manually change all HTTP links to HTTPS.

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Mixed Content is content which you are trying to serve on a secure website (HTTPS) over a none secure protocol (HTTP). You usually get this problem after you have installed your SSL certificate. You might have still had insecure links on your website. Well, since it's WordPress we can fix...
<blockquote>Mixed Content is content which you are trying to serve on a secure website (HTTPS) over a none secure protocol (HTTP).</blockquote> You usually get this problem after you have installed your SSL certificate. You might have still had insecure links on your website. Well, since it's WordPress we can fix this fairly easy. Always remember to <a href="https://tutbakery.com/7-free-must-have-plugins-for-any-wordpress-website/" target="_blank">backup your website</a> before doing any major changes. <h4>Easy Way Out:</h4> Install this plugin: <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/ssl-insecure-content-fixer/" target="_blank">SSL Insecure Content Fixer</a> Once installed go to the plugin's settings and set your level of fixing (read each option carefully to find which one best suites you). Not sure which option is best? You could know which files/links are being served insecurely and get an idea from what (widget, script, image, external image links) by checking your browser console. Try each option (remember to save changes and <strong>clear browser cache</strong>) until you see your padlock appears and HTTPS turns green (Google Chrome) or the insecure content warning is gone (other browsers). The guaranteed option to work is the "Capture" method on the plugin but be sure to try it last. Use the options right to the bottom of the plugin's settings page to select how to detect HTTPS. If you are on a cloud host which you think might be running off of Amazon Web Services (AWS) then be sure to check the " <label class="sslfix-recommended" for="proxy_fix_HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO">HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO" option and save changes. Similarly, if you are on Cloudflare Flexible SSL select the Cloudflare option (purge cached files on Cloudflare to make sure your changes are current).</label>   <img class="alignnone wp-image-447" src="https://res.cloudinary.com/tutbakery/image/upload/bo_3px_solid_rgb:000/v1452092791/Fix%20insecure%20content%20warning%20WordPress/httpsdetection.png" alt="Fix SSL Mixed Content Warning WordPress-Plugin Options" width="784" height="274" />   <h4>The long way out:</h4> Go through website code and posts to manually change all HTTP links to HTTPS.
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