One Click SSL plugin

Description

The One Click SSL plugin is literally what the name of the plugin says. It allows anyone with SSL enabled hosting to turn on SSL on WordPress. It will ensure that all non-SSL pages will redirect to SSL and it will also convert all insecure (http://) resources on the SSL pages to load securely (https://).

System Requirements

  • WordPress 4.0 or higher
  • SSL certificate on hosting/server

In order for this plugin to work, you need to have SSL support on your hosting. That means that you have an SSL certificate installed and configured. You can ask your hosting provider to install SSL for you, you can purchase an SSL certificate from us or you can use our WordPress hosting which includes free SSL at no extra charge.

Installation

  1. Download the ZIP package of the plugin.
  2. Unzip the package in order to obtain the one-click-ssl folder of the plugin.
  3. Upload the one-click-ssl folder to the wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  4. Log in to your WordPress admin and go to the Plugins page in your dashboard.
  5. Activate the One Click SSL plugin by clicking the Activate link.
  6. Upon activation, you’ll be taken to a setup wizard to test SSL support and enable SSL.

Quick Start

Follow these instructions to quickly get started with the plugin:

Activation

After you’ve installed the One Click SSL plugin, you can activate it.

  1. Go to the Plugins section in your WordPress dashboard
  2. For the One Click SSL plugin, click the Activate link

Setup Wizard

You will be taken to the One Click SSL setup wizard after you activated the plugin.

Step 1: Check SSL Support

A useful utility to test/check SSL support is included which will make sure that your website is accessible when accessed over https:// . The purpose of this SSL testing utility is to ensure SSL is supported before enabling it and preventing a website from becoming inaccessible.

Simply click the Check SSL Support button and wait a moment for the verdict. If SSL is supported, a green success message will display and the Enable SSL button of Step 2 will be enabled, allowing you to continue.

Step 2: Enable SSL

With Step 1 successful, the Enable SSL button will become available so that you can simply click it to enable SSL.

Once you click the button, SSL will be turned on and you may need to login again to the dashboard since the protocol changes from http:// to https://

SSL Already Enabled

If you are already on SSL and it is working fine, the setup wizard will simply tell you that and no action is required.

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