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  • Hi all,
    I've created a page named "login", then when the user click on the link to go to this page "login", I would like to toggle to https.
    How is it possible ?

    Thanks
    Franck
    • Hi Frankcl,

      If you have an SSL certificate wouldn't it make sense to just always offer a secure website instead of just at a login page?
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      • Hi LK,
        It seams to be already included by my web provider (OVH) because if I replace the http by https, it works without any alert with Firefox and Internet explorer too. Do you think that is a proof ?
        Thanks
        • Yeah you most likely have an SSL certificate - Google now ranks sites based on if they have one or not now too so if you have one then absolutely offer a secure site across the board.

          You'll need to edit your .htaccess file (should be instructions in there) and also set the protocol to https in your MODX system settings.
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          • Yes it works !
            Thanks a lot