It creates HTTPS connections for individual blog pages or posts.
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Here are some key features of "WordPress HTTPS (SSL)":
· Force pages to HTTP that have not been forced to HTTPS.
· Change external elements to HTTPS. The plugin will check for the existence of external elements over HTTPS and, if available, will change them to HTTPS.
· Override the external element HTTPS check. If you know that all external elements can be loaded over HTTPS, this option will save some load time on your pages.
· Disable WordPress 3.0+ from changing all of your page, category and post links to HTTPS.
· Change all internal scripts, stylesheets and images to HTTPS if the page is being viewed via HTTPS to prevent partially encrypted errors.
· Supports Shared and Private SSL.
· Force HTTPS on only the pages you need to be HTTPS.
· WordPress 2.7.0 or higher
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Enhanced multisite support and testing.
· Slightly adjusted settings page column widths.
· Now using admin-ajax.php for settings page.
· Added detection and conflict fixes for a few popular E-commerce plugins: WooCommerce, WP E-commerce and Jigoshop.