Note: We’ve updated this post to reflect the evolving security standards around mixed content, SSLs, and server access as a whole.

With the web’s increased emphasis on security, all sites should operate on HTTPS. Installing an SSL allows you to make that transition with your website. But it can also have an unintended consequence for sites that have been operating on HTTP previously: Mixed content warnings.

Today, let’s look at these common errors, what causes them, and how you can fix them.

Continue reading How to Find & Fix Mixed Content Issues with SSL / HTTPS at Sucuri Blog.

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