Using HTTPS on yours site

Last updated 2 months ago

Symptom: When visiting your site with HTTPS, images within Voyager fail to load.

Cause: Images urls are generated by Voyager using


If is set to public, and the public disk is the default from Laravel, then the url property in the disk configuration is set to

'url' => env('APP_URL').'/storage',

which uses the non-HTTPS APP_URL value to build an absolute url to the image.

Solution: If you remove env('APP_URL'). from the public disk configuration, then it will render a domain-relative url, which will always use the current domain and protocol.

As an aside, if you need a fully-qualified URL, you could wrap the call to Voyager::image('...') with asset(), so it would be


This will return the current protocol, domain, and correct path to that image.