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Re: converting my local site to be https only access

On Monday 01 May 2017 11:18:21 rhkramer@gmail.com wrote:

> On Sunday, April 30, 2017 09:32:33 PM Gene Heskett wrote:
> > All this got started because
> > the next firefox says it will not look at a plain http site, and I
> > was
> I hadn't heard anything about this, so I tried Googling.  The only
> thing I've found so far is reference to an optional add-on / plugin
> ("HTTPS Everywhere", iiuc) that would allow the browser to look only
> at ssl (https) pages.  Am I missing something?
That refers to ones browser, zip to do with a web server.

> (Well, I didn't read what I found carefully or completely, I did see
> some snippet of text that said that, in some respects, it would work
> (or use some methodologies) of NoScript, which *might* mean that there
> might be a way to override the plugin manually to view non-SSL pages.)
> (Not to say that SSL everywhere wouldn't be a good idea, but, until
> "legacy" websites are converted, we may be missing a lot of the web.)

Its converting my legacy web site that I am attempting to do.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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