I have had FORCE_SSL_ADMIN set for quite awhile now in my wp-config.php file which forces all traffic to /wp-admin/ to be HTTPS. When I initially configured this setting it broke numerous WordPress plugins which I fixed however I missed MM-Forms being broken. The issue was the exact same as previous plugins that had the issue so it wasn’t to hard to fix but I wanted to share in case anyone else is having trouble getting the MM-Forms plugin working over SSL. Below I will explain what lines need to be changed to get MM-Forms working over HTTPS including syntax, line numbers, and old code.
I recently installed the Youtube With Fancy Zoom WordPress plugin on one of my personal web sites so I could upload and display videos of my daughters. This plugin allows you to upload videos to the YouTube, reference them in your WordPress admin, and then display them in a nice pop up window on your website. This way they are streamed from YouTube but the person visiting your site doesn’t have to leave your site to view the video.