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=== JSM's Force SSL / HTTPS -- Simple, Fast and Effective === Plugin Name: UI SSL Enforcer Plugin Slug: ui-ssl-enforcer Text Domain: ui-ssl-enforcer Domain Path: /languages License: GPLv2 or later License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt Tags: redirect, force, ssl, https, upload, force_ssl, force_ssl_admin, force_ssl_login, enforce_ssl, upload_dir, proxy, load balancing, permanent Contributors: usability.idealist Requires PHP: 5.4 Requires At Least: 3.8 Tested Up To: 5.0-nightly Stable Tag: 1.1 Simple, fast and effective — enforce HTTP URLs to HTTPS using WordPress filters and permanent redirects. == Description == **A simple, fast and effective way to make sure that all HTTP URLs get rewritten / redirected to HTTPS** — including the WordPress upload folder and plugin url paths. Simply activate the plugin and you're done. ;-) The plugin defines the following constants (if not already defined), then makes sure that all HTTP requests are rewritten / redirected to their HTTPS equivalent: * FORCE_SSL * FORCE_SSL_ADMIN * FORCE_SSL_LOGIN The plugin also hooks the WordPress 'upload_dir' and 'plugins_url' filters to make sure that all URLs match the appropriate protocol. The plugin checks and honors the following proxy / load-balancing web server variables: * HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO * HTTP_X_FORWARDED_SSL There are no plugin settings — simply install and activate the plugin. **Requirements** Your web server must be configured with an SSL certificate and able to handle HTTPS request. ;-) == Installation == = Automated Install = 1. Go to the wp-admin/ section of your website. 1. Select the *Plugins* menu item. 1. Select the *Add New* sub-menu item. 1. In the *Search* box, enter the plugin name. 1. Click the *Search Plugins* button. 1. Click the *Install Now* link for the plugin. 1. Click the *Activate Plugin* link. = Semi-Automated Install = 1. Download the plugin ZIP file. 1. Go to the wp-admin/ section of your website. 1. Select the *Plugins* menu item. 1. Select the *Add New* sub-menu item. 1. Click on *Upload* link (just under the Install Plugins page title). 1. Click the *Browse...* button. 1. Navigate your local folders / directories and choose the ZIP file you downloaded previously. 1. Click on the *Install Now* button. 1. Click the *Activate Plugin* link. == Frequently Asked Questions == <h3>Frequently Asked Questions</h3> * None == Other Notes == <h3>Additional Documentation</h3> Available filter hooks: <h4>Filter additional "known" URLs</h4> **Filter Hook:** `_ui_ssl_enforcer_get_known_urls` Fetches additional URLs to filter; expects an associative array which contains search pattern, replace pattern and subject. The first and the second are regular expressions (<a href="http://php.net/preg_replace">preg_replace</a>). **Default values:** ``` array( 'google-api' => array( 'search' => '|http://(.*?).googleapis.com|', 'replace' => '|https://(.*?).googleapis.com|', 'subject' => '//$1.googleapis.com', ), 'google' => array( 'search' => '|http://(.*?).google.com|', 'replace' => '|https://(.*?).google.com|', 'subject' => '//$1.google.com' ), 'gravatar' => array( 'search' => '|http://(.*?).gravatar.com|', 'replace' => '|https://(.*?).gravatar.com|', 'subject' => '//$1.gravatar.com', ), 'w.org' => array( 'search' => '|http://(.*?).w.org|', 'replace' => '|https://(.*?).w.org|', 'subject' => '//$1.w.org', ), ) ``` <h4>Add more widget filters</h4> **Filter hook:** ` _ui_ssl_enforcer_get_widget_filters` Lets you to add more widget filters; expects an array with widget filter names. **Defaults to:** ``` array( 'widget_text', 'widget_text_content', // custom text widget 'widget_custom_html_content', // custom html widget );``` <h4>Add Ccustom content filters</h4> **Filter hook:** `_ui_ssl_enforcer_filter_content` Lets you easily filter ANY kind of content; eg. to add it to the functions.php of your theme or in a specific plugin .. Expects one parameter, which is the content / text to filter. == Screenshots == == Changelog == <h3>Repositories</h3> * [GitHub](https://github.com/ginsterbusch/ui-ssl-enforcer) <h3>Changelog / Release Notes</h3> **Version 1.3 (2018-05-23)** * Added support for Hyper Cache (hooks into the `cache_buffer` filter hook, which fires right before the buffer is processed) * Changed the call of the DOM-aware replace filter to be only enabled by constant (`_UI_SSL_ENFORCER_DOM_PARSER`), as it sometimes causes issues with inline script snippets **Version 1.2 (2018-05-23)** * Added several more filters, including an HTML DOM-aware URL replace filter with fallback option if something went wrong with including the required simple_html_dom class **Version 1.1 (2018-05-21)** * Added widgets filter hooks * Added filter hook `_ui_ssl_enforcer_get_widget_filters` whichs enables you to add more widget filters to the above function * Added custom filter hook `_ui_ssl_enforcer_filter_content` to easily filter ANY kind of content (syntax: expects one parameter, which is the content) **Version 1.0 (2018-05-20)** * Combined several features of pre-existing plugins into a new one * Initial release. == Upgrade Notice == **None**