Slide In share icons give Mixed content warning over https

Hi,

I have a multi-site installation and have it served over https. But if I add the Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn social share to the Slide-in, I get the warning “Mixed Content: The page at ‘https://subdomain.mydomain.com/’ was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure script ‘http://platform.linkedin.com/in.js’. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS”. The Google+ icon does not have the same problem and loads over https.

Everything else on my sites load over https too.

  • Kevin
    • Design Lord, Child of Thor

    Hi,

    Was this ever fixed? I’ve upgraded to WP 4.6 and now I’m also getting a warning (front-end and back) Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class Wdsi_Options in /wp-content/plugins/slide-in/lib/class_wdsi_options.php on line 9

    It’s also preventing me from updating any plugins, I click update and I get an error like this:

    Update Failed: Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class Wdsi_Options in /nas/content/live/myhost/wp-content/plugins/slide-in/lib/class_wdsi_options.php on line 9 {"success":true,"data":{"update":"plugin","slug":"woocommerce-multilingual","oldVersion":"Version 3.8.1","newVersion":"Version 3.8.6","plugin":"woocommerce-multilingual/wpml-woocommerce.php","pluginName":"WooCommerce Multilingual"}}

    If I disable this slide-in then everything is fine.

    I will not be able to use this plugin in it’s current state.

    Thanks,

  • Nastia
    • Support Rock Star

    Hello Kevin , I hope all is well!

    Was this ever fixed? I’ve upgraded to WP 4.6 and now I’m also getting a warning (front-end and back)

    I can reproduce the same message on my end and have informed the developer. The issue that was flagged previously is not fixed yet

    It’s also preventing me from updating any plugins, I click update and I get an error like this:

    I can’t reproduce the issue when running plugins update, all plugins were updated. Since the plugin that can’t be updated is WooCommerce Multilingual, I tested this plugin on my site, update completed successfully.

    I have pinged a developer to provide a hotfix for the Strict Standards message. Once I have an update from a developer, I will post it right back here.

    Kind regards,

    Nastia

  • Kevin
    • Design Lord, Child of Thor

    Hi,

    I have checked that new version of the plugin and the https issue seems to be fixed.

    Regarding the update issue, as it turned out, it seemed that the plugins did update even though that Update Failed error appeared during update. But I tested it again with the new plugin and there is no error and the update worked so all seems good.

    Thanks for checking this out.

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