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Thread: Problem with mixed content (https) when add YT-video

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    Problem with mixed content (https) when add YT-video

    If use build-in method to add youtube video, there's one warning and one error. Warning is about using JPG-image, loaded over http, not https (need to fix)

    Error comes when I try to play video and the video doesn't playing until I press "load unsafe scripts" at the address of the page (if confirm -- then red-mark the unsafe connection).


    Already changed "wp-content/themes/oneup/framework/js/pe/jquery.pixelentity.utils.youtube.js" (http => https)
    What else? And should I deactivate auto update theme?

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    Hello,

    can you please provide a link to your website ?
    My cave is full of servers

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    Hello, the thumbnail link is provided by youtube APIs which should detect the protocol. This seems an issue on their end, will investigate.
    My cave is full of servers

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    And so?..

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    Having the same problem. After implementing HTTPS, the Youtube links don't even open! And the image thumbnail is being served over HTTP. I can't show my website visitors the website is safe because of these.

    Any news about this?

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    Hi, Make sure your disable the js compression in the theme admin panel (advanced tab), if you omit this step, then any change made to the js files will not be implemented because the theme will continue to load the compressed script (which does not have your changes in it).