Fix WordPress Mixed Content
So you have bought and set up SSL on your site however the URLs of your site are still not showing https with the padlock icon. Chances are that your site is suffering from Mixed Content Issue.
Mixed content refers to a mix of secure and non-secure resources found on a webpage. When a secure webpage attempts to use resources (images, CSS, etc.) that are not secure, it results in “mixed content”. For a page to be considered secure, the HTML and all page resources must be served securely over HTTPS. If any of those resources are not served securely it results in mixed content. If you have a secure page (HTML delivered via HTTPS) that calls an image or any resource from a source that is not secure, the page will now be considered overall not secure.
A non-secure webpage poses many different threats to you, your business, and your users. Exactly what those threats are, depends on the type of resource being called.
Consequences of Mixed Content
There are many reasons to avoid mixed content. The most obvious is that mixed content means your web page is not secure and that user data is not safe.
Bad for users
If your page is not secure, someone could monitor or steal user data from your visitors. Even if no data is stolen, when a user visits your page they will encounter different warnings or declarations from the browser indicating the page is not secure. This makes a page look unprofessional and will make people think twice before trusting the site.
Bad for business
When a user doesn’t trust your page they are unlikely to interact with it or purchase items from that page.
Bad for you
Pages that are not secure expose you to many types of threats. This might include things like changing the way your site looks and even what it sells. Your SEO could be damaged if someone injects links into your web pages.
Solution For the WordPress Mixed Content Issue
I offer my service as a solution to your problem of mixed content on your site that you are dealing with. All you have to do is just order my service from this page to help you fix the mixed content issue on your site. Once you have placed an order, you will receive an email from me securely requesting the accesses I would need to diagnose your issue.
Once I have the requisite accesses, you can then relax while I resume the work of securing your website to make sure you and your customers are both protected online.
The lead time for fixing your site for the mixed content issue would depend on the size of your website in terms of resources (images, CSS, etc.) it loads over different pages. So I would be able to figure this out after initial diagnosis of your website.