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I am trying to get everything in order for my new SSL-certificate. After looking around for advice I found I had to ask. Most of the guidance I found was for Studiopress Sites which seems to have some different settings for SSL. My site is running at a local host.
I have tried in the Network Settings (or maybe it is called Preferences in English) to change from http to https, and it worked for all sites (in different folders, not subdomains) but not for the main one. It will not change. It is greyed out. So I guess it should be changed somewhere else. But I can´t find where to change http for the main site.
Could you, please, advice me where I can change http to https in Enterprise Pro?http://comart.se
I forgot to add a screendump of the settings page that shows that the site address is greyed out and not editable:
Any other way to edit site address for SSL?
Thank you for your advice. However, as far as I can see the address http://comart.se seems to be locked in some way. It is not editable.
And I did try to change the address at the main site. Multiple times without success.
I also tried a change in wp-config.php at define('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'comart.se');
But that caused the network settings to be inaccessible because the network-pages showed an error.
Could there be a place in the PHP-files that maybe will affect the settings in back-end?
Contact your web host.
Switching the SSL in our directions is only specific to our hosting that we offer.
The theme you use does not matter when using SSL.
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OK, I will ask my host what may cause this.
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