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Dan Stoner danstoner at gmail.com
Thu Jan 2 14:11:21 EST 2014

Can the http vs https be handled via a rewrite rule at the webserver level?

(e.g. in apache via mod_rewrite in .htaccess)

 - Dan Stoner

On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 1:42 PM, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:
> Please read that subject line again carefully - yes, geeklog.net is now finally running over https
> We've talked about this before, with Geeklog being "The secure CMS" and all that, and I've decided the new year would be a good time to finally make that switch.
> A nice surprise: I was willing to pay for the certificate out of our sponsor money, but pair.com decided to sponsor it. Thank you!
> The certificate is of the "basic" variety and valid for 2 years. So we've got until the end of next year to decide what we want to do after that.
> All old http: links should automatically redirect to https: There are probably still quite a few hard-coded http: links all over the place - we may want to consider doing a site migration on the next site update to get rid of those.
> In the meantime, if you find any non-working links or pages where your browser warns you about a mix of secure and insecure content (usually because of images that use http: links), let me know.
> bye, Dirk
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