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  • Amanda C
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    Finally figured it out.

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  • Amanda C
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    Now I can't even get into AdminCP. When I click on the link, then enter my password, it goes back to the main forums page.

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  • Amanda C
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    I changed all of the settings in admincp, and then ran the script to rebuild the styles. However, now I've lost all styles in admincp and our forums site. Does it take quite a while to do this?

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  • Amanda C
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    That's the information I was missing. Thank you!

  • Mark.B
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    Please follow every step here:
    https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/arti...forum-to-https

    Note that if you have any remotely hosted images (hotlinked) that are not on https, these will make the site show insecure.

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  • Amanda C
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    Plus it still says the site isn't secure even though now it's https. I checked with GoDaddy and they claim everything is in order on their end.

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  • Mark.B
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    Have you updated the URL settings in the admincp?

    To convert a vBulletin forum to https you will need to follow EVERY applicable step in our guide:
    https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/arti...forum-to-https

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  • Amanda C
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    I got it to work, but now none of my styles are loading.

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  • Amanda C
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    I tried that because it seemed obvious, but that didn't work.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The redirect should go in the root of your domain. So on GoDaddy, the public_html directory.

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  • Amanda C
    started a topic SSL redirect

    SSL redirect

    I recently set up a SSL certificate for our forums site, however, I cannot figure out which .htaccess file to update since there seems to be one in every folder of our database. Please advise.
    After you install an SSL on your cPanel hosting account, you will need to update your .htaccess to direct all traffic through a secured port.

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  • NumNum
    htaccess redirect
    by NumNum
    I'm not at all familiar working with htaccess. But I recently set my site to ssl and want to redirect. I have found the redirect code for http to https, but which htaccess file gets modified ( I assume...
    Fri 17 Mar '17, 3:17am
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