For those of you that have made the switch, you may run into the dreaded Mixed Content Errors. Simply put, these errors result from your HTTPS site trying to serve resources (often images, but also script and iframes among others) over HTTP.
The effect of the Mixed Content Errors on the reader’s experience can differ with the browser being used, but according to this article from Google, these errors weaken the security of the entire page. In Chrome, for example, your site will lose the green Secure padlock.
No Mixed Content Errors on the Page
With Mixed Content Errors on the Page
Resolving Mixed Content Errors may simply require changing the resources referenced in your posts to be served over HTTPS instead of HTTP. However, if those resources are not available over HTTPS (because, unlike you, the host of those resources hasn’t yet installed an SSL Certificate), those resources will break. This can lead to missing images and broken script functionality that you’ll want to track down and clean up.
For these reasons, we created the Mixed Content Error Fix:
Clean Eating Kitchen
As always, all of our fixes are provided as 100% done-for-you services without any software for you to learn.