https only for 5.7.5.9

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Hello,

I'm very new with concrete5. I redirect all HTTP-Links to HTTPS. My page should be HTTPS only. I get some mixed content issues. All of the rendered links are HTTP. I found the Force SSL Addon, but this don't work with 5.7.5.9.

Has anyone some glue or a tutorial for a HTTPS only concrete5?

Cheers,
Michael

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tallacman replied on at Permalink Reply
tallacman
I think your .htaccess files should control this.
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
ob7dev
You may have linked stylesheets etc that are loading over http instead of https, hence the mixed content errors. Look at the file its telling you is loaded over http instead of https and change it to load over https. Better yet, just make the links // instead of http:// or https:// as this will load the resource relative to how your web page itself was loaded.
designsforchange replied on at Permalink Reply
designsforchange
Hi there,

I think I'm experiencing this issue as my fonts aren't rendering correctly and only some images are showing up.

I've tried reading through this thread and the other that has been referenced but I'm not quite following where to fix the issue. I've gone into my theme's head.php file and not sure where you mean to change it to just //.

Hopefully I'm making sense?

Thank you for your help.
mrenneckebnx replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks for your help. The template was ugly. All links are hard coded http:// links
Scafidi454 replied on at Permalink Reply
Scafidi454
This still doesn't answer my question.

Where are all of the references to index.html stored? I mean, I can go through the main Concrete and/or the Update Concrete folders, dig through each page's code, and find it myself, but I just think it's not efficient, and should be located in one document somewhere.

Is this not the case?
ob7dev replied on at Permalink Reply
ob7dev