Geting certificate warning problems after domain mapping
My domain mapping worked fine, but when email, such as a subscription confirmation is sent, the links to content on my blog are https://mydomain.com instead of http://mydomain.com, and so browsers display a warning. If you click on “Continue to this website (not recommended)”, it loads OK, but then you are asked if you want to display all content. How can I get rid of this headache? – Thanks.
The blog I need help with is graceofourlord.com.
First we need the actual link to the REAL blog not “mydomain.com” so somebody can take a look at the site. Fake URL’s are useless and usually nobody will even speculate what your problems are until we get a good link.
Thank you for the response! My apologies, and you’re right of course. It’s http://graceofourlord.com. Can get there just fine – it’s just the links sent in email subscription confirmations and such are trying to force a secure connection, I suppose, and I don’t understand why. I’m sure I’ve configured something wrong, but I cannot figure out what.
Are you using http:// or https:// see http://en.support.wordpress.com/https/
How do I get those annoying security warnings to go away?
Actually, it works OK for me because I know how to configure my browser as the article you pointed me to suggests. It’s the new subscribers that I’m concerned about. I don’t know why the “subscription confirmed” email they get puts “https://” in the suggested conent links. I’ve pasted the links that are sent in the email below. these three were obviously to a RoadRunner email user, so thats why the redirection is in the links. It’s the “https” after “?url” in each that I would like to be just “http”.
It sounds like you need to report this to Staff. Here’s the link > http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/
You’re welcome and best wishes.
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