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migrate to https

Hey guys, 

I recently installed an SSL certificate on one of my Betheme-powered websites. The issue I face: when adding images via the builder the path to the images is set the absolute way, so including the full url. This forces me to do a complete serialized string replace on the url part by changing http:// to https://.

Is there no possibility to insert relative url's for images and other assets in the future? Or does this come from within wordpress? 

If not possible, can you advise a tool/plugin that can handle the serialized replace job that is compatible and preferably tested with muffin builder for now?
I don't want to go in every builder page and change asset urls manually.

Thanks in advance!


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