Updating media library

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There’s the media itself (like your TV shows), there’s the actual Plex Media Server that manages your media, and then there are the Plex client applications you access the server from via your Apple TV, your i Phone, or other devices.

Because you aren’t directly browsing the folders that contain your videos, it is critically important that Plex Media Server’s database be up to date.

These are media objects that have been uploaded from the WP instance itself.

If I look at them in the media library, the permalink shows up with the HTTPS address just fine, but most of the Ok I just checked on my SSL install, and the URL field for an attachment is indeed non-https.

The top option, “Update my library automatically”, is the ideal one. The only time automated library updates aren’t a viable solution is for Plex users with their media stored on a computer from the Plex Media Server program (since the automatic detection of folders doesn’t typically work for folders on a network share).On the main page, select one of your libraries from the left hand navigation pane, as seen below, like your “TV Shows” library.Within the library, click on the circular arrow icon in the upper right corner. Manual updating is great if you need to force the update right that second, but for ease of use and really frictionless user experience, you really want to enable automatic updating.However, this does not give me mixed content issues - both on the frontend & backend, all actual image links are HTTPS in the [email protected] Dead Medic Interestingly enough it doesn't seem to be the SRC field that's messed up any more (it was).Now its the responsive image system and the SRCSET values that are not updating.

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