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Ssl, Apache, And Webpages


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Alright, so, I have set up a webserver with Apache, and wish to allow some pages to require SSL. I can get this working fine, but I also want to be able to access other pages without SSL. Right now, whenever I enable SSL, it forces all pages to have the 'https' url prefix (sorry, my mind is drawing a blank on the tech-term for this), and if you prefix the url with 'http', it will display an error, linking to the same page with 'https'.How can I make it work where only some pages require SSL, while others do not? Would a .htaccess file for the page(s) wanting to require SSL work?Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I could not find another section that fits.

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