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Alexander Mirvis
Alexander Mirvis Jan 21 '19
Hello,


I have SSL with TMD Hosting and would like to run OXWALL with SSL. 


I went through dashboard and I don't even see it anywhere in the options.


Any advice? Thanks!

Oxwall Germany Club
Oxwall Germany Jan 21 '19

Just change your URL in ow_includes/config.php to https://... and make sure that you are not pulling external images or other resources from third party links that do not use HTTPS. In addition, if you used your site without HTTPS before, change all links in database.

The Forum post is edited by Oxwall Germany Jan 23 '19
Alexander Mirvis
Alexander Mirvis Jan 23 '19
Would you happen to know where I can make https changes universally? I already made changes in the config but some images still show up as HTTP

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class="ow_newsfeed_large_image clearfix">
<div class="ow_newsfeed_item_picture"><a href="https://www.libcoven.com/photo/view/2"><img alt="Yeehaw" src="http://www.libcoven.com/ow_userfiles/plugins/photo/photo_preview_2_5be1ce203801a.jpg"></a></div></div></div>


Oxwall Germany Club
Oxwall Germany Jan 23 '19

Quote from Oxwall Germany

In addition, if you used your site without HTTPS before, change all links in database.


Alexander Mirvis
Alexander Mirvis Jan 23 '19
I actually tried doing that. I looked for all tables in MySQL. 



Quote from Oxwall Germany
Quote from Oxwall Germany

In addition, if you used your site without HTTPS before, change all links in database.



Oxwall Germany Club
Oxwall Germany Jan 23 '19
You need to search for the string "http://www.libcoven.com" in your database. If you find any occurrence you must replace it with .
Alexander Mirvis
Alexander Mirvis Jan 24 '19
I did already.. Turned every table inside out lol. Good news is, I only had a few images from other users were loading from HTTP so I just deleted them and now everything works fine. Would still like to find the source code though. I searched everywhere I think.