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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Sneijder View Post
    But https://boxingworld.news always shows an error..
    You're getting a warning from the browser because it is using a certificate that isn't assigned to the domain.

    This server could not prove that it is boxingworld.news; its security certificate is from *.domain.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection. Learn more.

    My suggestion? Don't link to https://boxingnews.com from anywhere.

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  • Sneijder
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    That's the thing.. unless I'm not understanding it correctly.. the CNAME gives the www subdomain.. and the pointer is currently pointing boxingworld.news to www.boxingworld.news which always points to https://www.boxingworld.news


    But https://boxingworld.news always shows an error..

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  • Trevor Hannant
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    Have you tried this:

    http://www1.domain.com/knowledgebase...?ArticleID=165

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  • Sneijder
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    domain.com

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  • Wayne Luke
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    .htaccess isn't the way to do it. This requires you to pay a hosting fee with another company every month just to act like a redirect. That is a waste of money.

    Who is your domain name registrar?

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  • Sneijder
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    They came back to me and said a .htaccess file.. but wouldn't necessarily tell me what to put.. I had a https certificate in the past and would redirect to https back in the day.. but unless someone gives me a working solution without a certificate.. I'm not sure what to put in there..


    It's not a big issue since one refresh gets rid of it anyway.. but..

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Sneijder View Post
    How would they do it though? CNAME/.htaccess/pointer? They provide this service for free usually?
    Your domain registrar would be able to answer these questions. There are hundreds of domain registrars out there and they each have their own policies.

    If you have separate web hosting and they control your DNS, then you would need to talk to them. Web hosting isn't needed with cloud, though.

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  • Sneijder
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    I suppose I could put it all in the .htaccess file and point to home.. I tried that in the beginning.. but found it easier using the pointer.

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  • Sneijder
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    How would they do it though? CNAME/.htaccess/pointer? They provide this service for free usually?

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  • Mark.B
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    Originally posted by Sneijder View Post
    Basically purchase a https. I hear ya..
    No that's not what Wayne said. You don't need to do that. Please follow Wayne's instructions.

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  • Sneijder
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    Basically purchase a https. I hear ya..

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  • Wayne Luke
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    As you're on Cloud you need to contact your Domain Registrar (whoever you pay to lease boxingnews.com) and ask them to redirect boxingnews.com to www.boxingnews.com. We can't make this change on our end.

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  • shining
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    Oh sorry, just saw that you were asking for cloud. Donīt know a solution for that.

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  • Sneijder
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    Where does it go?

    Usually I create a folder for each domain right? And when I use a pointer it creates it's own folder right?


    So I put it in the root folder or the one where the pointer creates?


    Since I can't unpoint the pointer right?

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  • shining
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    Code:
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example.com
    RewriteRule (.*) https://www.example.com/$1 [R=301,L]
    
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
    RewriteRule ^ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [QSA,L,R=301]
    This works fine for me in .htaccess

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