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From Nikolas Kallis <...@nikolaskallis.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Issue with redirection from HTTP to HTTPS
Date Wed, 06 Feb 2013 06:14:23 GMT
Dear Walter,



>> I have an issue with redirection from HTTP to HTTPS.
>>
>> The problem is that when someone visits a directory on my website in
>> HTTP, such as 'http://nikolaskallis.com/contact/', they are redirected
>> to 'https://nikolaskallis.comcontact/', which doesn't include a forward
>> slash between '.com' and 'contact'.
>>
>> I am using the redirect method of placing 'Redirect /
>> https://nikolaskallis.com' in my HTTP htaccess file.
>>
>> Can someone please tell me what I have done wrong, why this error is
>> occurring, and what I can do to to get the forward slash included in the
>> redirect?
>
> you have the following two possibilities
>
> either
> 'Redirect / https://nikolaskallis.com/'
> or
> 'Redirect . https://nikolaskallis.com'
>
> then it works correct

I already thought of 'Redirect / https://nikolaskallis.com/' but don't 
want to use it because if someone enters from 
'http://nikolaskallis.com', then they should be taken to its HTTPS 
equivalent, which is 'https://nikolaskallis.com' - not 
'https://nikolaskallis.com/'.

'Redirect . https://nikolaskallis.com' didn't work for me. I got a 404 
because of the way my server is setup.

I have HTTP and HTTPS data kept in separate folders:

'/var/www/http/nikolaskallis.com/' is for HTTP and contains one file 
only - '.htaccess', which redirects to HTTPS, which is kept in 
'/var/www/https/nikolaskallis.com/'.



Regards,

Nikolas Kallis

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