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How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)

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1 year 11 months ago #9829 by rasheid
rasheid created the topic: How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
I use a self sign ssl certificate for the administration section of my joomla based website and regular http for the public areas of my site. Autotweet post my article as https url. Normally this would not be a problem but because Im using a self signed certificate, Web Browsers advises their users against going forward and brings warnings against my autotweet post.

How can i make autotweet only post http urls instead of https? :unsure:

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1 year 11 months ago #9830 by Support Team
Support Team replied the topic: How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
Hi,

AutoTweet keeps the same security level in the whole content creation chain. If the content was created in a SSL-enabled site, it generates SSL-enabled Urls. Even, if the public site also supports plain http. Additionally, search engines and social networks assign higher priority to secure Urls.

In your case, you can disable "Force SSL" and still connect to your backend with the private SSL Url. Additionally, you can force it with a htaccess rule (specific for /administrator).

Please let us know if you have any other question and we will be happy to help out. Have a great rest of your day and a fantastic week!

Best Regards,

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1 year 11 months ago #9831 by rasheid
rasheid replied the topic: How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
ssl is only enabled for the administrator section of my site, it is a option that joomla allows users to enable. I do not force users to use ssl. Is there a hack I can use hard code a post as a regular http url. i saw the ability in autotweet to replace words from my post with other words. will this work for changing https to http urls?

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1 year 11 months ago #9834 by Support Team
Support Team replied the topic: How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
Hi,

Joocial follows the definition about "enabled for the administrator section" to publish secure Urls.

Your options are:
  • Install a valid public SSL certificate
  • Disable "enabled for the administrator section" and customize your htaccess to force https in /administrator

Regards,

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1 year 11 months ago #9836 by rasheid
rasheid replied the topic: How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
Thanks alot, I will try this later, and reply if it works

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1 year 10 months ago - 1 year 10 months ago #9856 by rasheid
rasheid replied the topic: (SOLVED) How do i post Regular Http url(Not https)
A vaild is ssl certificat is not an option at the moment.
Option 2 did not work.


B) I found an option that allowed me to solve my problem. In the option settings on the advance tab, where is says base url, enter your website url eg. www.mywebsite.com .

Now even if i have a ssl enabled for administrator, a ssl free link will be generated.
Last Edit: 1 year 10 months ago by rasheid.

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