Hey Cade, I were for your condition before, fortuitously it’s easy to correct. You can change the URLs inside your MySQL database. You can access it via your internet hosting carrier, customarily via phpMyAdmin. Look for “MySQL” in your internet hosting account.
Make sure you are editing the right database which you could find the name inside wp config. php on your WordPress setting up where it says define‘DB NAME’, ‘’;. Go to the wp option table it’s not a file but part of your database and find the entries called siteurl and home. Edit them both and alter them back to the non HTTPS version of your URL. Don’t forget to avoid wasting.
After that, you should definitely have access to your site again. I also had issues with the . htaccess redirect. I was placing the recommended code below the present wordpress code without a luck. I then activated the “Really Simple SSL” plugin and it worked perfectly. I checked out the .
htaccess file after and the plugin had updated the file automatically. It now appears like: BEGIN rlrssslReallySimpleSSL rsssl versionRewriteEngine onRewriteCond % !$ https://%/$1 END rlrssslReallySimpleSSL BEGIN WordPress The directives lines between `BEGIN WordPress` and `END WordPress` are dynamically generated, and may only be modified via WordPress filters. Any adjustments to the directives among these markers will be overwritten. php$ RewriteCond % !fRewriteCond % !dRewriteRule . /index.