For reasons only my past self knows I put a 301 redirect in place to force all traffic to
www.example.org. Put simply it dropped the
Now I would like to change it so that all traffic goes to the
www. subdomain, which would be problematic as any cached 301s in user's browsers would send the user into a redirect loop.
So I am planning on buying an SSL certificate and encrypting all traffic on the site - for other reasons too. If I redirect the users to
https://www.example.org/ will it still cause the browser to look at it's cache and go into a redirect loop again?
To my mind
https://www.example.org is a different URL to
http://www.example.org, but do all the browsers see it this way for caching purposes?