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  • #114761
    PianoWorld
    Participant

    Is there any way other than uploading/assigning our own image to set the url to https://?

    It looks like it’s defaulting to non-secure…

    /* <![CDATA[ */
    var to_top_options = {“scroll_offset”:”100″,”icon_opacity”:”50″,”style”:”icon”,”icon_type”:”dashicons-arrow-up-alt”,”icon_color”:”#ffffff”,”icon_bg_color”:”#000000″,”icon_size”:”32″,”border_radius”:”5″,”image”:”http:\/\/pianoworld.com\/wp-content\/plugins\/to-top\/admin\/images\/default.png”,”image_width”:”65″,”image_alt”:””,”location”:”bottom-right”,”margin_x”:”20″,”margin_y”:”20″,”show_on_admin”:”0″,”enable_autohide”:”1″,”autohide_time”:”10″,”enable_hide_small_device”:”1″,”small_device_max_width”:”640″,”reset”:”0″};
    /* ]]> */

    By the way, nice simple but handy plugin.
    Best,
    Frank B.
    Piano World
    https://pianoworld.com

    #114794
    Mahesh
    Keymaster

    @pianoworld: We will fix it in the next update. Thank you for your patience.

    Regards,
    Mahesh

    #114864
    Mahesh
    Keymaster

    @pianoworld: Just to let you know that this is fixed the update has been released. Please update your copy of the plugin.

    Regards,
    Mahesh

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