Daslicht: is the views and.

Gilfillan: Do not try to over compensate for non experienced people, there’s only so much you can do

Dobler: If i just would need it i could simply code it by hand :

Gilfillan: You’d be better off making custom fields for the bottom 2 divs

Prueter: Yeah thats the infos i was looking for

Guske: So chjeck custom fields

Preuitt: Hm but can you add custom fields on the fly ?

Gilfillan: Daslicht: use types, create a custom field group, add 2 new wsiwyg editor/content fields, ***ign it to your post type, then edit a custom page template to handle the output

Windom: Lest say i want 4 boxes ?

Gilfillan: Then your user will have 3 distinct content areas to add stuff to

Gilfillan: Then you can just hit + to add another in the editor screen

Awada: Daslicht: Types – https://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/plugins/types/

Kivisto: Exactly what i was looking for

Gilfillan: So step one, create a new custom fields group in types, step two add a new wysiwyg editor and make it repeatable

Gilfillan: Then add it to your posts, pages or cpts

Eusebio: I will look into this , thank you very much !

Gilfillan: You will need to make a specific template that handles the output though

Darwish: For whatever reason, only wp-admin and my woocommerce checkout page will work with https. It looks like all other pages have a 302 redirect to http from https. The WordPress and site address are both set to https also. Any ideas?

Gilfillan: Your server isn’t setup correctly

Lufsey: Opsec: ok I am fine with that, i built my template from scratch using Timber

Gilfillan: WordPress cares not about http or https . the webserver does

Vecellio: Pages are loading fine behind https.

Schwer: Just not *all* pages.

Gilfillan: If you can load any http content at all, then webserver is not configured properly

Gilfillan: It’s as simple as that.

Swierczek: Ok but there isn’t any redirects on the server.

Gilfillan: WordPress doesn’t decide if http or https content loads, it loads what it’s allowed to by the webserver

Gilfillan: Yes, that’s a big problem

Hogans: There isn’t any 302 redirects.

Gilfillan: Your :80 non-ssl vhost should redirect all traffic to the :443 ssl vhost

Gilfillan: Within your httpd config you should have an :80 and a :443 vhost for the same site

Bailor: Http://----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.stackexchange.com/questions/203411/ssl-redirect-loop-on-wordpress-and-nginx

Gilfillan: Serving duplicate content will harm you

Cowper: That might give some more info, it’s on nginx btw.

Gilfillan: It’s not a wordpress problem, period.

Serda: T4nk079: Please attempt to disable all plugins, and use one of the default Twenty* themes. If the problem goes away, enable them one by one to identify the source of your troubles.

Gilfillan: A plugin could be interfering. but wordpress itself doesn’t care.

Silbert: Opsec: so Types is something like ACF and Pods? Did you compared/tried them all ?

Halbur: There are some plugins that can’t be disabled but they don’t have anything to do with http/https.

Gilfillan: Daslicht: yes it is, and yes i have.

Blint: And type is your fav ?

Gilfillan: Daslicht: types is easy for average users to use, and i do have a lifetime membership to toolset as well

Gilfillan: Pods is more aimed at developers only

Fetz: Oh , but i dont need a membership to use it , yes?

Gilfillan: Cpt, my opinion is “don’t like it”

Gilfillan: Daslicht: not types no, types itself is free

Gilfillan: Daslicht: is the views and layouts and cred and the other plugins they provide that cost money