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Migrated to HTTPS. Https mixed http content with Group image in the newsfeed. | Forum

Jojo
Jojo Mar 21 '17
Hi, I just migrated to https and have changed all my links in the database and some of the files to HTTPS. Everything is good besides the newsfeed page. When someone joins a group, it updates on the main newsfeed on the home page and the image for the group has http instead of https.

I have tried looking everywhere to changes this. 

I have searched all of the files in newsfeed and groups plugins for http and changed everything I could.

Can someone help?

Theo
Theo Mar 22 '17
We are also serving our pages using https for Oxwall. Everything is working fine but we didn't migrate but installed under https.


What is added to our config.php file is:


define('OW_URL_HOME', 'https://my-domain-com:443/');


So perhaps you need to update this line in your config.php so everything is serve under https


443 port is used by secure http


Jojo
Jojo Mar 23 '17
Thanks, that did not help for my situation though.
Quote from Theo We are also serving our pages using https for Oxwall. Everything is working fine but we didn't migrate but installed under https.


What is added to our config.php file is:


define('OW_URL_HOME', 'https://my-domain-com:443/');


So perhaps you need to update this line in your config.php so everything is serve under https


443 port is used by secure http



Steve
Steve Mar 25 '17
Jojo question are you talking about everything that was on your site before switching to https still showing as http along with not having the https in the address bar being green. If so what you need to do is go into your logs and it will show you whee the http address are and just add an s at the end of the http, but keep in mind if it is an address of another site that is not https it will not work. I hope this made some since to you. If I still had the backup files from that site I would look it up for you...It took me almost a week to find the problem.
Chris_W
Chris_W Mar 25 '17
You can use a Cloudflare free account to deliver everything over https to cure that problem. Keep in mind that some of the other Cloudflare options bring problems of their own, like Rocket Loader, don't enable it, as it messes with some java scripts and kills them. Also don't enable compression on Cloudflare and your server, one or the other, not both.
Jojo
Jojo Mar 26 '17
Thanks everyone for you help. I seem to have gotten most of it. I think I used Cloudflare before a while ago and I might look into it next time.