Today’s topic is how to fix mixed content errors on your site. Mixed content is an HTTPS error that occurs when an HTTPS page attempts to serve an HTTP resource, such as an image, video, stylesheet, iframe, or script. I have marked my favorite tools with a . Earlier this week, I posted Part 1:… [Continue]
WordPress security may seem boring when compared to the marketing or promotion of your blog, but it is so important and a subject near and dear to my heart. Learn more about how you can take control of your site's security with these tutorials and reviews.
Today’s topic is how to find mixed content errors on your WordPress site. Mixed content is an HTTPS error that occurs when an HTTPS page attempts to serve an HTTP resource, such as an image, video, stylesheet, iframe, or script. I have marked my favorite tools with a . Later this week, I will post… [Continue]
This is a checklist of tasks to do AFTER your SSL certificate has been installed, and BEFORE you start your site’s conversion from HTTP to HTTPS. When done correctly, the move to HTTPS will take a few hours. But you can reduce your headaches if you gather some information before you start. To Use a… [Continue]
Here’s a question from a reader. Have a question of your own? Ask it here. Hello Barbara, Can you give me advice on how to get back the Facebook likes on my site? I lost counts, likes, and shares for social networks, after updating to a new version of WordPress, and switching to HTTPS. Thank… [Continue]
A major vulnerability in the WordPress plugin WP Super Cache, in versions prior to 1.4.4, has been announced this week. To keep your site safe, please update now to version 1.4.4. For those wanting more details, you can read all about it on Sucuri’s blog. In other security news, the FBI announced this week that… [Continue]