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EDIT: As Martin points out, Bing can still index the site with SSL links in SERPS even though it errors on SNI -- the error occurs before the following results. The following is arbirtary for the question. Bing does support SNI [Edit: as in it can still successfully index SSL links]. Im looking at a multidomain multiSSL via SNI setup right now, clicking the ...


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As of September 14th, 2014, the googlebot does NOT support tls 1.2. You get notified about 100% inaccessibility and thats it.


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Create a filter on Google Analytics that will exclude this traffic: The regex is: https:\/\/.* However, it's always a best practice to keep the raw data (that is, in your case, both http and https) intact, and to apply the new filter on a new View.


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Google has announced a big update secretly that going from HTTP to HTTPS will give you a minor rank boost. Google says that your site will get a small ranking benefit within whole ranking algorithm. Based on number of researches and tests, Google says that this minor change has an impact on “less than 1% of all the global queries” but it is not clear that ...


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HTTP + SSL = HTTPS So, no, you cannot run SSL over HTTP.


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Yes, HTTPS content is cacheable. Historically, authenticated or content obtained via HTTPS may not have been cached by the browsers. This was never a technical requirement but thought as a good security practice. For example, Firefox used to cache HTTPS content only in memory. However, as the use of HTTPS increased, caching SSL enabled content to the ...


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Typically, user agents wouldn’t dereference these URIs. There should be absolutely no problem in using the Schema.org HTTP URIs on a HTTPS site. In fact, many other vocabularies (used for Microdata or RDFa) provide only HTTP URIs, so you have no choice there. I’d even say it’s bad practice to provide multiple vocabulary URIs for the same concept, as ...


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HTTPS has more overhead, mainly at the connection setup, and is thus slower. See http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/64825/is-there-ever-a-good-reason-not-to-use-tls-ssl/64832#64832 for more technical details. Thats why the most important optimization is to reduce the connection overhead by both reducing the number of connections and by reducing the ...


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1) if the domain registration and the webhost is in a different hosting company how thus it affects the speed of my site, how long my domains will be resolved so that my customers will reach my web host? 2) I am planning to get a multi domain SSL certificate for my two domains, how will the two different providers will affect my ssl ...


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First see the Wikipedia article about certificate filename extensions. Your .crt files are likely already in pem format. You should be able to tell because the contents should be like: -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDXTCCAkWgAwIBAgIJAJC1HiIAZAiIMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBBQUAMEUxCzAJBgNV * lots of base64 encoded data * ...


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If you have a virtual host set up, the easiest way to implement the redirect is going to be to replace the virtual host configuration rather than remove it. A virtual host that only redirects has a very simple configuration. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName sub.example.com RedirectPermanent / http://www.example.com/subdir </VirtualHost> ...


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You need to add a new site on Google Webmaster Tools and set the domain as https://example.com all the data is being collected there instead.


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As of August 2014 Google has officially indicated that HTTPS will be used as a ranking signal. This means that even if your website is a completely static website, if you care about SEO you should at least consider setting up an SSL certificate. Of course HTTPS is just one ranking signal out of hundreds, so there are probably more important things you can ...


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Looks like you are encrypting the traffic twice - once over WAN and another time over LAN. Normally, the reverse proxy would be set up as the SSL termination point as it is usually unnecessary to encrypt the traffic over a secure LAN connection. From your Apache configuration, the reverse proxy (Server ALPHA) is connecting to the web server (Server BETA) ...


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NON-WWW URLS TO WWW WITH HTTPS USING HTACCESS: You can add the following code to your .htaccess file, you can find it in your website root directory, if you don't find it you can copy this in a text editor and save it as .htaccess, then upload it. p.s.: Make sure that you backup the .HTACCESS file before you proceed. Incorrect codes can lead to 500 ...


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You have to use the 301 header when redirecting the page. This way you're telling Google that the page has moved and it will index it. Google has recently announced that it will offer a boost to SSL websites.


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The new page will be indexed and the old page will be removed from the index, assuming the content of both page is the same and that one has not left a canonical URL to the HTTP URL in the HTTPS version. Yes, search engines are fine with HTTPS.


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HTTPS/HTTP is a protocol and technically are not classed as a new site You do not need to inform Google Webmaster Tools that your site has moved, this is because HTTPS and HTTP are protocols and not are not treated the same as say changing domain or sub domain. You can even see when adding a site to webmaster tools it doesn't even ask for a protocol: ...


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We've made a tool for that – SslCheck. We've got tired of checking every web page manually and created a crawler. It goes through all pages and shows you which ones have "non-secure" content. All you need to do is enter you root URL. Hope it saves someone some time.


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I also had this same problem. I solve by adding meta tag like below and it will be work only in Chrome and Safari. <meta name="Referrer" content="origin">


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You can put // in front of your hrefs, that way it will use the same protocol as the requesting page.


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To answer your question, no, it is not too late to implement the 301 redirect from HTTP to HTTPS. Don't switch back your sitemap to HTTP, it is not necessary. Yes Google can still call your HTTP site for a while until its indexes only the HTTPS URLs.


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You should use `href="/wp-content/themes/Divi/epanel/shortcodes/css/shortcodes.css" in your HTML code. Then you should make sure that you use https:// form URLs in your CSS file for the URLs to any external resources.


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Try to use https to fetch resources not located on your server. If it does not work (or if https is not supported), try to move the Google font file (css and woff) on your website server rather than fetching them from Google Font itself (ditto for other external resources). Regarding explicitly using https for resources located on your server, it is not ...


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Google might need confirmation after you applied 301 redirect right after 302 redirect. Give some time to these pages of your website. Once the redirects will be confirmed in the eyes of Google, you might start seeing your pages back. If you have waited for so long, do these two tasks. Go to Google Webmaster Tools. Go to Fetch as Google and enter your ...


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It also depends on Competition. For example, I saw 2-3 sites from the 2th page in google.gr with https to come on 1th page. As Google says it has affected 1% till now.


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Give it a bit of time, your rankings of before should come back within days (or weeks at most). The drop is likely caused by the change from HTTP to HTTPS. However, according to the Moz plugin, your page authority is 32 with 280 links, and your domain authority is 19 with 25K links. Your PA and DA are very low for such a number of links. You probably want ...



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