Separate http/s redirects #690

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OmgImAlexis opened this Issue Dec 5, 2015 · 8 comments

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I've noticed this on quite a few links. I'm assuming you guys do http and https redirects separately?

http://docs.jquery.com redirects to https://learn.jquery.com
https://docs.jquery.com redirects to https://jquery.com

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Hmm, looks like the right behaviour would be to redirect to learn.jquery.com. @gnarf Do you have any idea?

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arthurvr commented Dec 28, 2015

Hmm, looks like the right behaviour would be to redirect to learn.jquery.com. @gnarf Do you have any idea?

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I bet the redirection site doesn't have HTTPS enabled, so it reverts to
redirecting to jQuery.com I'll take a look at this early next year, feel
free to ping remind me if I don't, my plate is filling up with stuff to
remember pretty quick.

Thanks for the report!
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I bet the redirection site doesn't have HTTPS enabled, so it reverts to
redirecting to jQuery.com I'll take a look at this early next year, feel
free to ping remind me if I don't, my plate is filling up with stuff to
remember pretty quick.

Thanks for the report!
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Thanks @gnarf!

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arthurvr commented Dec 30, 2015

Thanks @gnarf!

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Also, @OmgImAlexis where else have you seen it? I imagine fixing it in one place will cover almost all of them, but want to make sure

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gnarf commented Dec 30, 2015

Also, @OmgImAlexis where else have you seen it? I imagine fixing it in one place will cover almost all of them, but want to make sure

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@gnarf this is across multiple different repos you in the jQuery org.

@gnarf this is across multiple different repos you in the jQuery org.

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If you could give me a short list of known bad redirects it would make sure
I can fix them all at once...
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If you could give me a short list of known bad redirects it would make sure
I can fix them all at once...
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Hey @OmgImAlexis, would you mind telling us what other bad redirects you've seen? Thanks! :)

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arthurvr commented Jan 27, 2016

Hey @OmgImAlexis, would you mind telling us what other bad redirects you've seen? Thanks! :)

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