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    1. How do I assign a background image that is secure https://?

    When I assign a background image using the admin area it will not be a secure background. I need this for a secure checkout process.

    2. How do I add custom html content to my homepage?

    #127999

    Hi,

    1.) I’m really not sure about this matter but they say “Just as “http://” means “this is a website,” seeing “https://” means “this is a website, and it’s using SSL to encrypt data and authenticate the website. To use SSL on your website you will need to purchase an SSL certificate – there are many providers of certificates all ranging in price (your hosting provider may also sell certificates). The purchased certificate is set up on your server, usually by your host.” I’ll tag the rest of the support team for this matter.

    2.) You can add a Text Block element on your homepage then manually add html codes.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #128000

    Hi,

    To add to what Ismael said,

    1) Please be more specific. Are you pulling an image hosted somewhere that you can only get via https? do you want your website to be all https? one thing i can say is, its a bad idea to have a mix of ssl and non ssl (http / https) images and includes on the same page as it will negatively affect your load time. so keep things consistent.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #128001

    I have an ssl installed. When I enable a background image my site is not secure. When I remove the background image and use a solid color in the admin area my site is 100% secure during checkout.

    So I think the css might be linking the background image in a way that makes the page non secure.

    #128002

    Hi,

    I think the best thing for you to do would be to use the .htaccess file to ensure that everything gets https .Just add this to your .htaccess file located at the root of your wordpress installation (you will need ftp) or you can use a htaccess edit plugin to edit the file

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
    RewriteRule ^ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]

    or

    you can use this plugin -> http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-https/installation/

    Thanks,

    Nick

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