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PHP HTTPS to HTTP redirect

Thread began 2/11/2011 8:56 am by mrobben375515 | Last modified 5/08/2018 8:17 am by mrobben375515 | 17274 views | 21 replies


I got different results. When I try to access the Home page through the https address I've always been redirected to fakey.php


However if I try the regular URL I get the right page.


I've tried with different browsers having the same results. They do not care about the .../index.php but what makes the difference is the Https.

I've been in touch with my Host (Fatcow) and I got this answer to my ticket:"Checking the account we were not able to find the redirect in any .htaccess or .php files, it's likely that it takes place at the database level."

Any ideas on where to look for a solution?

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