Successfully purchased and installed a SSL cert on my website, but I’m missing the ‘green padlock’ in the URL after republishing all my pages as https:// - This is due to http:// lines still being present in the source code.
I’ve located them and want to edit them, but I can’t see how I’m able to do this?
Insecure URL: http://w.sharethis.com/button/buttons.js
Found in: https://spencertive.com/available-artwork/index.html
Is this possible and if so could I kindly ask help to run through it.
I believe you can use the .htaccess file to rewrite URLs from http:// to https://.
Thanks, how do I find and access the .htaccess file?
Insecure URL: http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.8.3.min.js
I went through this myself recently and the problem was down to certain stacks contacting non https resources. I ended up contacting the developers and pointing out the problem. Fortunately they updated their stacks accordingly. I believe the links can be changed to :// to get around this and where I had to include links myself I always used https:// pages.
Frankly I think all developers should be linking to secure https resources where possible but I am sure more will do this in future as SSL become more widespread.