Can you redirect http to https?
Redirect HTTP to HTTPS automatically. If you have a secure socket layer certificate (SSL) on your website, you can automatically redirect visitors to the secured (HTTPS) version of your site for a secure connection. Name.com hosting uses cPanel and there is a simple tool in cPanel that will help you accomplish this.
How do I redirect http to https in Linux?
There are several methods of enabling an Apache redirect http to https:
- Enable the redirect in the Virtual Host file for the necessary domain.
- Enable it in the . htaccess file (previously created in the web root folder).
- Use the mod_rewrite rule in the Virtual Host file.
- Use it in the . htaccess file to force HTTPS.
How do I rewrite http to https?
There is another way, page rules.
- Go to Page Rules.
- Click “Create Page Rule”
- Enter the URL (put the asterisk, so redirection happens for all the URI)
- Click “Add a Setting” and select “Always Use HTTPS” from the drop-down.
How do I force a website to redirect to https?
To force your visitors to use your Shared SSL certificate:
- log into your cPanel and access the redirects section.
- Set Type to Permanent (301)
- Next to redirects to, enter your website’s url using the Shared SSL Certificate.
- We recommend having Redirect with or without www.
- Ensure Wild Card Redirect is selected.
- Click Add.
Can DNS redirect http to https?
No, you cannot redirect HTTP to HTTPS at the DNS level. This is something you have to configure on your web server (because it manages the protocol). If you don’t have access to your web server, you will need to contact your web hosting provider.”