Fixing WordPress Mixed Content Warnings in Minutes


Mixed content errors can be extremely frustrating for WordPress users, as they prevent webpages from loading properly. A mixed content error occurs when a page that should be secure (https) is requesting insecure (http) resources. This can lead to an ‘insecure’ warning message being displayed in the browser or the page not loading at all.

How to Fix the Mixed Content Error in WordPress?

Fortunately, there are ways to fix a mixed content error in WordPress. The most important step is to find which files are causing the issue by using tools such as Chrome DevTools or browsers like Firefox and Safari. Once identified, you can modify them manually or use a plugin like Really Simple SSL to automatically update any http links on your site to https links. With this simple steps, you’ll have your website running securely again in no time!

You might need to clear your browser cache and cookies to see the changes in action. I hope this helps.


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About The Author

Dr. Sabbir is a  front-end software engineer and WordPress expert with over 12 years of experience in the tech industry. Although he received his medical degree from Rajshahi Medical University, Dr. Sabbir decided to focus on his passion for technology and website development full-time.

In his role as a front-end software engineer, Dr. Sabbir has helped design and develop user-friendly websites and applications for clients in various industries, including healthcare. He is well-versed in a variety of programming languages and is always looking for new ways to improve the user experience.

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