#79796 HTTPS Broken – A file with an insecure url – jupiterx/lib/assets/fonts/
CyberTek 3 weeks, 2 days ago
I have an SSL certificate from GoDaddy.
Via whynopadlock.com I get the following Mixed Content Errors causing hard failures. I’ve tried installing forced SSL/HTTPS plugins and SSL Insecure Content Fixer – all to no avail 🙁
Below are some examples – Can I delete this font files? (domain name omitted with “…”)
A file with an insecure url of “http://…/wp-content/themes/jupiterx/lib/assets/fonts/jupiterx.woff2” was loaded on line: 512 of https://…/
A file with an insecure url of “http://…/wp-content/themes/jupiterx/lib/assets/fonts/jupiterx.woff” was loaded on line: 512 of https://…/
A file with an insecure url of “http://…/wp-content/themes/jupiterx/lib/assets/fonts/jupiterx.ttf” was loaded on line: 512 of https://…/
Looks like you switched the site from HTTP to HTTPS
Now, To replace the URLs, please try this plugin:
Please try and let us know 🙂CyberTek 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Unfortunately no, I’ve already been through that plugin.
The source of the problems are within the files found in your theme’s fonts folder (…/themes/jupiterx/lib/assets/fonts/xxx)
as I mentioned above.
So… is there any harm in deleting those? — since they’re not readable and replacing links within the files I mentioned is not possible.CyberTek 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Disregard – Fixed it! 🙂
I increased the threshold of the SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin & re-uploaded a troublesome image.Nodari Support Team 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Thank you for updating us CyberTek
I will mark this ticket as a resolved, feel free to contact us again