Also, can you post a link to the page that should be able to be edited? I don’t think I would need the password to see the error, right?
If the file references do not include http in that file, then there’s nothing to change. If the files are referenced from Google’s “ajax” CDN, with full URLs instead of file paths, then the prefix will need to be changed from http:// to https://. If the files just have partial (relative) paths, like ‘…/Resources/somefile.js’, then they will already be served under HTTPS, using your certificate, from your server. That is the very best way that this sort of thing would be handled, and what I imagine is actually the case.
On Nov 15, 2016, at 8:43 AM, Thomas Kimmich email@hidden wrote:
it’s for sure (and as far as I remember) the editor_init file such as
In there, there are several resources to be pointed to. Check them - and change if required.