Transposh Translation Filter is the translation filter for WordPress, Transposh helps you multi-lingualize your blog with ease by translating your posts automagically. Unfortunately, Transposh plugin doesn’t load over HTTPS, which is easy to fix…

How to load Transposh over HTTPS

To load the Transposh Translation WordPress plugin over HTTPS, we need to make some changes to its code. First, open up the file transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress\transposh.php in your favorite editor, and change line 146:

// $this->transposh_plugin_url = WP_PLUGIN_URL . '/' . $local_dir;
$this->transposh_plugin_url = plugins_url() . '/' . $local_dir;

Transposh dependency jQuery UI over HTTPS

In the WordPress Dashboard back-end, the jQuery UI styles are hard-coded loaded from HTTP. This needs to be changed to HTTPS too.

Open up the file transposh-translation-filter-for-wordpress\wp\transposh_admin.php and change lines 245 and 246:

// wp_enqueue_style('jqueryui', '' . JQUERYUI_VER . '/themes/ui-lightness/jquery-ui.css', array(), JQUERYUI_VER);
wp_enqueue_style('jqueryui', '//' . JQUERYUI_VER . '/themes/ui-lightness/jquery-ui.css', array(), JQUERYUI_VER);
// wp_enqueue_script('jqueryui', '' . JQUERYUI_VER . '/jquery-ui.min.js', array('jquery'), JQUERYUI_VER, true);
wp_enqueue_script('jqueryui', '//' . JQUERYUI_VER . '/jquery-ui.min.js', array('jquery'), JQUERYUI_VER, true);

Do the same for the file transposh_postpublish.php too.

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