I’m referring to the CSS and JS. It’s not a high volume site. But regardless, its triggering security red flags for shoppers when viewing proceeding through checkout in IE or Chrome.
I just got this response from the plugin author:
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Due to the way Wordpress has its script loading system implemented, it is impossible to specific the SCRIPT tags to only load where the slider is used. Instead, Wordpress only allows developers to load the SCRIPT’s on all pages and not just a specific one. It is a huge drawback, but until they design a system that allows us to do otherwise its stuck that way.
I personally know very little about HTTPS and I’m not sure how you can go about fixing this. The plugin uses the constant WP_PLUGIN_URL (as can be seen on line 42 of the admin.php file inside the Premium Slider’s files) to get the current site URL. If you can find a way to get the URL in the same manner but with HTTPS, then you could simply change that little bit of code. Again, I’m not sure what Wordpress do to accommodate this and I’m very sorry that I cannot advise you in a better manner.
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that being said, is there a way to get the URL in the same manner but with HTTPS?