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content in https is same of http

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by mrweb, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. mrweb

    mrweb Basic Pleskian

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    Hi

    i have updated plesk 10.1.1

    i have uploaded some content in https to test and i go on https i see only the content of http

    in plesk 9, i seen before a button to enable https and ssl
    now in plesk 10 i dont see it

    if someone can help me, i will appreciate !
     
  2. Mickael Salfati

    Mickael Salfati Regular Pleskian

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    If I don't mistaken, in plesk 10.x you can't have two different content between http and https ... all is stored in httpdocs (no more httpsdocs directory)
     
  3. mrweb

    mrweb Basic Pleskian

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    Thanks Michael

    Really ? !
    so sad !

    so i must use one domain name only for https :(
     
  4. lhwparis

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    you can do that so many ways with .htaccess rewrite rules for example. or use a subdomain for this? but why do you need different folders? in my eyes it was a pane to have this option and i am happy there is now just one folder
     
  5. mrweb

    mrweb Basic Pleskian

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    thanks lhwparis

    yes i thought its more secure but in fact its not, its just another folder with different url

    if i want "true" secure any folder, i need ssl certificate if i understand
     
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