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Yes, you do need to add the 's'. Specifically to this line: RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 [R=301,L] You can't redirect all visitors to HTTPS when you explicitly redirect them to HTTP! At a minimum, you need RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 [R=301,L] I suggest you look over lines 262 to 413 of this file


my domain registration is at hostway but my website is at squarespace. In managing the DNS I put a CNAME record for just my domain without the www under the source and put the website as the destination with a TTL of 14400 so it looks like this: 14400 my-squarespace.example no @ or www for the host just the domain name. Now when I go to ...


To implement a redirect, your www subdomain must resolve to a web server that issues a redirect to your non-www domain. It doesn't matter whether you use A records or CNAME records to make that happen. A DNS CNAME is not a redirect. It just says that the IP address resolves to the same IP address as some other host name. Because of this using a CNAME is ...

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