Have just enabled an ssl cert on my website hosted by 1&1. The browser says https but there is no padlock.
1&1 say that some of my images are not redirecting from http to https and that is causing the problem. I have run the website thru “whynopadlock” and they confirm this issue plus a couple of other things.
Website is https://www.theenlightenedhound.com
I’m using RW8 and Mojave 10.14.3
I have several hundred images on the website and they are all warehoused on my server (in a subdomain) and each image URL is set in RapidWeaver pointing to the image in that subdomain. The URL for all the images is an http address. 1&1 say this doesn’t matter because there is a redirect. If I try and change the image URL address in RW to https then this image is not found (ie appears as a blank with a ? symbol).
Despite having hundreds on images on the website (all warehoused in the same subdomain folder) only about 15 images have been singled out as a problem. This is very puzzling… surely either all the images would be a problem or none at all?
The SSL cert does support both domains and subdomains
Also WhyNoPadlock also says that I’m not forcing the redirect however I do have a redirect code in my .htaccess file as follows:
Is this correct to force a redirect?
Any help much appreciated please as 1&1 now say it a web developer problem!
Screen shots of WhyNoPadlock test attached