How to Install and Activate the Insecure Content Fixer Plugin

If you have installed an SSL on your site, but you are unable to see a green lock appear or your site to show secure, you will want to fix any insecure content listed on your site. 

Log into your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to the Plugins menu on the left-hand side and click on Add New
Once the "Add Plugins" page populates you will want to use the search bar on the top right-hand side and find the `SSL Insecure Content Fixer' plugin.  
Click on Install and then the Activate buttons when you see them appear in the general information regarding the plugin.  
Once you have installed and activated the plugin, please click on the Plugins menu on the left-hand side menu bar and click on Installed Plugins

Once you are able to view all the plugins you have installed on your site scroll down till you see the SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin and click on Settings listed directly under the plugin name.  

Here you will see different levels of fixes for the insecure content.  You can select any item you choose (Simple, Content, Widgets, Capture, or Capture All) and then scroll down to click on "Save Changes"

Most times you will want to select Capture All




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