Enabling HTTPS in WordPress


  1. Log into the WordPress Dashboard.
  2. Hover over Settings in the navigation menu, then click on General:
    WordPress Settings General Small
  3. In both the WordPress Address (URL) field and the Site Address (URL) field, enter https:// in front of the address:
  4. Scroll down and Click on the Save Changes button on the bottom.
    WordPress Save Changes

    If the change was successful, you will see a “Settings saved” message.

That’s it! You should now be able to browse to your WordPress site over an SSL connection and your website should show up as HTTPS:// in the address bar.
Use the Really Simple SSL Plugin to fix Mixed Content Errors.
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