How to Redirect HTTP to HTTPS on Apache

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8 Responses

  1. Suchetha says:

    I found that when it comes to the Apache configuration, this worked better –

    Redirect /

    The IfModule ensures that your site will be live even if you have forgotten to enable SSL (a. this happened to me that may not necessarily be a BAD thing)

    the / at the end of the domain ensures that if you are giving it a full path, it will follow the path.

  2. Troy Strauch says:

    I’m assuming that port 443 would also need to be opened up on your firewall for traffic to get through. Is this correct?

  3. Mike R. says:

    Don’t you have to point to the location of your certificates?

  4. Neil says:

    You are missing the slash after the domain name.

    Redirect /

  5. Brian says:

    I can’t help but think this article could use a bit more detail. Especially when it comes to explaining what is happening in the configuration files. Perhaps comments to explain what each line is acutely doing.

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