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Wordpress & LiteSpeed problem
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A few days ago I passed the exam and got a certificate!

Now I have to face the thing that makes me want to throw my PC off the table !, a problem on the web server!

A few hours ago I tried to fix this problem but it didn't work!
If you have a solution, please post below!

I am giving screnshot via Smartphone now because my PC cannot be turned on!


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@chanalku91  Congratulations with getting the certificate.

I don't have an idea about your problem however - is it possible to translate it for us into simple language.  When I first read the topic about WordPress, I thought there was an issue with WordPress, and then found it was your Web server.

Can you give us a simple summary of exactly what the problem is? What PC is it?
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#3
(12-15-2019, 02:12 PM)chanalku91 Wrote:  A few days ago I passed the exam and got a certificate!

Now I have to face the thing that makes me want to throw my PC off the table !, a problem on the web server!

A few hours ago I tried to fix this problem but it didn't work!
If you have a solution, please post below!

I am giving screnshot via Smartphone now because my PC cannot be turned on!

It seems that your folders and your configuration do not meet the request for your SSL, I see that your SSL works fine but you do have to configure your WordPress with SSL so HTTPS: // instead of HTTP: //

Step 1 - Purchase and install an SSL certificate. (To save money, use Let's Encrypt/AutoSSL)
Step 2 - Change your WordPress General Settings to use https.
Step 3 - Rewrite URLs using the Better Search and Replace Plugin.
Step 4 - Check for the green lock icon in the browser.
Step 5 - Resolve Mixed Content issues.
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(12-15-2019, 02:56 PM)FlutterBlast Wrote:  It seems that your folders and your configuration do not meet the request for your SSL, I see that your SSL works fine but you do have to configure your WordPress with SSL so HTTPS: // instead of HTTP: //

Step 1 - Purchase and install an SSL certificate. (To save money, use Let's Encrypt/AutoSSL)
Step 2 - Change your WordPress General Settings to use https.
Step 3 - Rewrite URLs using the Better Search and Replace Plugin.
Step 4 - Check for the green lock icon in the browser.
Step 5 - Resolve Mixed Content issues.
Before this thread was created, I already turned off SSL because I want to renew the SSL because it's nearing its end! So this has nothing to do with SSL! 

Sorry!

(12-15-2019, 02:28 PM)deanhills Wrote:  @chanalku91  Congratulations with getting the certificate.

I don't have an idea about your problem however - is it possible to translate it for us into simple language.  When I first read the topic about WordPress, I thought there was an issue with WordPress, and then found it was your Web server.

Can you give us a simple summary of exactly what the problem is?  What PC is it?

I will explain it!

When I log in to the Admin Panel, I get a problem like the screenshot in Number 2

I have tried various methods such as turn off all plugins and clearing the cache on the CDN, browser, and webserver, it still doesn't work!
And I have recover the web from the Remote System but the results are still the same!

So that's the explanation I gave!

PC is a Personal Computer!
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(12-15-2019, 02:56 PM)FlutterBlast Wrote:  It seems that your folders and your configuration do not meet the request for your SSL, I see that your SSL works fine but you do have to configure your WordPress with SSL so HTTPS: // instead of HTTP: //

Step 1 - Purchase and install an SSL certificate. (To save money, use Let's Encrypt/AutoSSL)
Step 2 - Change your WordPress General Settings to use https.
Step 3 - Rewrite URLs using the Better Search and Replace Plugin.
Step 4 - Check for the green lock icon in the browser.
Step 5 - Resolve Mixed Content issues.

mixed content is caused because there is non-https content in https site . the solution is to find the images or script that isnt https and force https it . rewrite plugin will do that thing because it basically find http and replace it with https
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#6
Just a quick suggestion it would be a good idea to check if your CSS files are loaded or not, by any chance you are using a cache plugin? if yes try to clear the cache and also do one thing install autoptime to fix the mixed content if you are not able to do that manually it will fix the most part of your website. You can also checkout the developer console to identify the resources conflicting your ssl policy.
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(12-16-2019, 02:20 PM)TrK Wrote:  Just a quick suggestion it would be a good idea to check if your CSS files are loaded or not, by any chance you are using a cache plugin? if yes try to clear the cache and also do one thing install autoptime to fix the mixed content if you are not able to do that manually it will fix the most part of your website. You can also checkout the developer console to identify the resources conflicting your ssl policy.

No cache plugin used here!
I am using LiteSpeed enterprise The latest version!

I moved the content inside from my Web Server that uses Lite Speed to my Web Server that uses Apache2 and there are no errors as above!
And it returned an error after I moved it back to LiteSpeed!

Why did it happen ?
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Do the following things and report back with your results if you can.

1. Open the web developer console of your browser, load up the network tab and then go to the site that is not loading properly. You should see which and how all the resources are loading. The codes are important and also possible warnings. You can check the normal console output of he web developer console for errors related to mixed content, cross loading of resources, resource loading policies and etc.

2. If everything at point one is alright I would suggest to check access and error logs of your web server to figure out what is going on. Maybe missing files or other server internal error codes?


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(12-17-2019, 10:21 AM)Hidden Refuge Wrote:  Do the following things and report back with your results if you can.

1. Open the web developer console of your browser, load up the network tab and then go to the site that is not loading properly. You should see which and how all the resources are loading. The codes are important and also possible warnings. You can check the normal console output of he web developer console for errors related to mixed content, cross loading of resources, resource loading policies and etc.

2. If everything at point one is alright I would suggest to check access and error logs of your web server to figure out what is going on. Maybe missing files or other server internal error codes?

An interesting solution, but the Monitor that I use is no longer usable because I throw it!
So please wait until the new monitor is finished delivered by Amazon
Wait 1/2 month for that!
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