Hi there,

I'm currently setting up EasyBlog on our site which runs wholly under HTTPS.

We have the Related Posts enabled to display at the bottom of blog posts but they are generating a Mixed Content warning in the browser due the post thumnbails all being called in via HTTP:

<a href="/the-new-sane-blog/leave-work-early-staying-back-may-be-unproductive" class="eb-related-thumb" style="background-image: url('http://dev.sane.org/images/easyblog_images/143/b2ap3_thumbnail_41b3e1c9a72563adbb791550ecdbe3a5_XL.jpg') !important;"></a>

It can be viewed here:


The whole image url is being called in to the template with the following:

<?php echo $related->postimage;?>

Is it possible to force EasyBlog to server everything over HTTPS, or worst case scenario is there a file I can modify to have this image served over HTTPS?


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