I have a Wordpress website under HTTPS that has around 22 insecure elements, according to analysis made by www.whynotpadlock.com. The analysis lists each one of the 22 insecure elements. Because of these insecure elements, browsers will not show the padlock or green bar in the address bar. -- The job is to go through the Wordpress code at the places listed in the analysis by whynotpacklock.com and change those insecure elements (mostly http hyperlinks) from http into https or if the case, eliminate them (consulting case by case with me) without disrupting the website lay-out, operation. -- The goal is that the website visitors will have the padlock or the green bar for all website pages, when navigating with IE9, IE8, IE7, Chrome, Firefox. -- Payment via Paypal, after I check if all the pages of the website show the padlock or green bar in their respective address fields.