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by zefyx
11 Apr 2009 01:17

So, here's the scenario. I want to offer my site in non-ssl as default, and ssl as an option (i have a cert).

How would I do this? The reason behind this isn't security, however to allow the site be access from businesses that block open proxies, but obviously can't block encrypted traffic, aka SSL-enabled vBulletin. Thanks!

--------------- Added 11 Apr 2009 at 11:56 ---------------

Got it sorted, thanks anyway.

Smitty 17 Dec 2014 05:07

I know - Old thread, but how did you solve the problem?

AndrewSimm 17 Dec 2014 08:03

if you make your links look like


it would convert them to whatever the user used to visit your site. So if they use https it will be https:// and if they use http it will be http://

I havent used this much more than a few scripts so not sure of any negative side affects with vbulletin. Why not just use SSL strictly?

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