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I'm thinking of proxying the image serving via an https endpoint, but it this worth the effort for SEO reasons? You are not going to be penalized by algorithms for not using https. As long as crawlers can access the images, they are going to index them and eventually rank them too. However, the warning message provides a not so good user experience. ...


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Yes, find a way to fix this. You're not the only one getting these errors, your users will as well. The indication icon in the URL-bar will show a faulty connection icon because not everything is https, thus it's not 100% safe (assuming full https is 100%). This will scare off people. You should try to link to //www.example.com/img.jpg, without http(s) If ...


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Got it solved.That directory which is forwarded my subdomain consist wordpress blog.It happens like this because of mixed content issue. Here is the solution. https://blog.cloudflare.com/flexible-ssl-wordpress-fixing-mixed-content-errors/


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If you are moving your site from http to https, you would need to submite the https site as a new site. I was advised that I need not do it and over a period of time I saw that the stats were not reliable - the index status, crawl errors etc. Suddently, I saw a big drop in the indexed pages as well. But the actual site traffic was not affected in any way; ...


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You can take a look into Qualys SSL labs. Another good Certificate Authority or reseller can provide you with browser compatibility information. An example of this is https://www.positivessl.com/browser_compatibility.php Know that the configuration of your SSL settings also can affect the browser or device compatibility. Other things to consider are: ...


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Thanks for your excellent answer, I had already setup above methods and my website redirect working on web browser but google search engine not indexing posts with https but only pages indexing with https, I had already submitted my web site domain with https in google webmaster tools. Please check in image why my site redirecting in 3 versions from 1st ...


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The ultimate answer depends on a few factors that aren't clear yet from your post, but these are some specific questions and issues you will want to address: Did you go to Settings > General in WP Admin and change the WordPress Address and Site Address to https? This is the first action you'll need to take step at a minimum to make sure that posts use the ...


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I will not approach your questions head-on. Instead, I will explain a bit so that you will understand the whole Google SSL thing better. Here we go. A fair majority of all of the metrics that dictate performance in the SERPs are domain related- meaning that in the database, the metric is relationally linked to the domain and not to a page or other site ...


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This htaccess snippet should do it for you -- redirects non-WWW to WWW mode, redirects non-HTTPS to HTTPS mode: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example\.com$ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ "https://www\.example\.com/$1" [R=301,L] Sometimes for certain multi-app installs on a hosting account, you may work with "addon domains". These are basically masked subdomains of the ...



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