I have a website running securely at https://example/ and in it I included now.js that runs on the same host but on different port and on the http protocol, insecurely (I want it this way because the speed is a lot better) http://example:8080/now/now.js
The problem is that in order to fetch the socket.io client lib, there's an erroneous request made to https://example:8080/socket.io/socket.io.js
Is there any way I could fix it ?
Manually call nowInitialize (and set opts.autoHost to false).
OK, done that seems to work but I still get a hit to the https link (before loading the correct http link described in nowInitialize). Is that normal behaviour ?
Set autoHost to false (in the options object that you pass in to nowjs.initialize).
If you've already done that, I have no idea; sorry.
It doesn't seem to do any good with autoHost: false
It's ok the way it is now, I can live with that extra https:// request, thanks!