I have an error on my wordpress site.
The error is Platform 5 Connection Issue
cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: certificate has expired. The Extension Engine can not be loaded. It just spins with the LOADING cog and nothing happens.
It worked 2 days ago. What is the solution?
Is there a place where people can find "Users Manuals" for some of the core stuff in Pl5? Like shortcodes and how to use and setup some of the Extensions?
The Signup Extension is driving me nuts - can't see where to actually add it to a page, widget, section after installing/activating. Have run into this frustration with other things.
Searched and found this on Github: https://github.com/pagelines/Docs
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For the site https://marshallsirishpub.com I am running
Pagelines base theme 1.0.2
Pagelines Framework 2.5.0
The share bar specifically Stumble Upon is causing an error when checking SSL for HTTPS at whynopadlock.com. Here is the errors shown:
A file with an insecure url of "http://cdn.stumble-upon.com/js/badge_su.js?v=20120613" was loaded on line: 1 of https://www.stumbleupon.com/badge/embed/2/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fmarshallsirishpub.com%2F.
A file with an insecure url of "http://cdn.stumble-upon.com/css/badges_su.css?v=20120613" was loaded on line: 1 of https://www.stumbleupon.com/badge/embed/2/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fmarshallsirishpub.com%2F.
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I contacted support at Really Simple SSL which is the plugin we use to convert the site to HTTPS via SSL. They said I should contact you guys. Here is what their support had to say via email:
the sharing bar seems to load the Stumbleupon script over http:// despite being trying to redirect it to https://. The cdn.stumbleupon doesn't seem to have an SSL certificate and therefore refuses to load over https://. I'd suggest to contact the developer of the sharing plugin, the Stumbleupon button can de designed in another way, without it trying to load a script over http://.
So it seems I need to modify some file in pagelines to make the stumble upon portion of the share bar to read https and not http. If that's not possible then I need to remove stumble upon from the share bar.
Hi, even though I just got a SSL certificate, I can't get the green padlock to appear due to the following error:
I figured if I delete and re-install the plugin it might fix the problem but will my boxes on the website still be there? Or do I have to redesign everything all over again if I delete the plugin and then re-install it?