Not Solved [How To?] HTTPS Problem
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Hello,

I just bought SSL for my forum.

But I get warnings and errors cause of images that are loading with http, avatars and signatures etc... Like this http://prntscr.com/9xfep1

The problem is that I've many members registered in my forum, and I can't change every link to https://, so is there anyway to force all http:// images (content) to use https://?? Like a plugin or something? 

Am not experienced with stuff like that, that's why am asking, thanks.
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#2
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http://community.mybb.com/mods.php?action=view&pid=450
No longer involved in the MyBB project.
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#3
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(2016-02-01, 12:20 AM)Nathan Malcolm Wrote: http://community.mybb.com/mods.php?action=view&pid=450

Now I just get the same errors/warnings but the images are not even shown, http://prntscr.com/9xfpwm

Is there anyway to do it through htaccess or something?
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#4
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That's the point, it's hiding images shared over http and displaying them as links instead. There's no magic that will start sharing external http images over https if you were expecting that...
EDIT: unless you would start dynamically uploading all these images to your server on every page that allows inserting them - but that's a lot of work considering there are lots of pages in front-end, MCP and ACP. And for performance reasons I wouldn't really recommend doing that on any forum that has lots of images.
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(2016-02-01, 02:44 AM)Destroy666 Wrote: That's the point, it's hiding images shared over http and displaying them as links instead. There's no magic that will start sharing external http images over https if you were expecting that...

Yeah, but it doesn't remove the warnings/errors, that's what am talking about, is it normal?

And by the way, I just want to keep this lock green http://prntscr.com/9xgu7c but it cannot be done without fixing the http:// stuff, that's why am trying to force http images to load as https:// or anyway to keep this green.
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#6
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Please link to a page where image errors didn't disappear.
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#7
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Sent you the URL in a PM.
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