Diego Piquero

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You can always use this sql query:
1) UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = replace(option_value, 'Website Domain Names, Online Stores & Hosting - Domain.com', 'Parked at Loopia') WHERE option_name = 'home' OR option_name = 'siteurl';
2) UPDATE wp_posts SET guid = replace(guid, 'Website Domain Names, Online Stores & Hosting - Domain.com', 'http://www.newdomain.com');
3) UPDATE wp_posts SET post_content = replace(post_content, 'Website Domain Names, Online Stores & Hosting - Domain.com', 'http://www.newdomain.com');
4) UPDATE wp_postmeta SET meta_value = replace(meta_value, 'Website Domain Names, Online Stores & Hosting - Domain.com', 'http://www.newdomain.com');

MAKE SURE TO TAKE A BACKUP FIRST, SO IF YOU MESS UP THINGS CAN ROLLBACK.
 

whipworks

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No. The SSL does not / can not change code in your site.
The site is made using wordpress. I'm just curious as to why some image links are https and some are not. Which is probably triggering the warning. Also, we noticed that the ssl works differently on different browser. Chrome/Safari shows site is secure. But Firefox shows site not secure (parts of the pages not secure: images)
 

ffeingol

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If it's WordPress, make your life easy. Install/active Really Simple SSL plugin and you're done. It will change any http references to https (on the fly).

My guess is that Chrome/Safari as actually discarding the insure content. you can verify that by looking at the Web Developers / Tools console.
 

whipworks

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If it's WordPress, make your life easy. Install/active Really Simple SSL plugin and you're done. It will change any http references to https (on the fly).

My guess is that Chrome/Safari as actually discarding the insure content. you can verify that by looking at the Web Developers / Tools console.
Will let them know about Really Simple SSL plugin.

Yeah not sure why chrom/safari yields different results than firefox. Even when googling the site, it doesn't show any results of their site. It's like it doesn't exist lol
 

whipworks

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Would this SSL issue affect google search results and how browsers call out the site? Just curious as to why googles search doesn't yield results for their site, and calling their site via http and https shows 2 different sites when using chrome and/or safari?