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A link like <a href="www.example.software"> is defined by the HTML/HTTP spec as a relative link. If you are currently on https://www.example.software/ it would result in the URL https://www.example.software/www.example.software. If you are currently on https://www.example.software/foo/some-page.html it would result in the URL https://www....


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You've basically answered your own question... I know that Google owns this TLD and it has to be secure. They give "COMMON_NAME_INVALID" or similar That's an SSL cert error (in the browser) - nothing to do with .htaccess. The request is not "successfully" reaching your server. .htaccess is not even processed. Your SSL cert does not ...


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