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Force HTTPS srcset

Description

Responsive Image is introduced from WP 4.4, but thats url sometime http not https when you access from https.

This plugin make force https srcset when access from https, or everytime.(You can chose in setting).

Reviews

September 13, 2016
Installed and immediately solved WP's stupid https srcset problem.
September 3, 2016
very easy to use. just install and activate. that's it. thanks a lot! really appreciate this!
September 3, 2016
I switched over to SSL, and a number of images broke. I was seeing this new "srcset" code attached to images, with an http:// link. This plugin forces those links to https://, and the images are restored, while still staying responsive. Nice work!
September 3, 2016
Fixes the broken images when accessing page through https.
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Contributors & Developers

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Change log

1.0

  • initial release