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Inserting HTTPS prefix

Thread began 5/16/2017 1:41 pm by russell298997 | Last modified 5/18/2017 3:02 am by Ray Borduin | 75 views | 3 replies |

russell298997

Inserting HTTPS prefix

Client complaining that when they insert links using HTML editor, they are unable to add the HTTPS prefix - only allows HTTP - how could i fix this - liable to be an ongoing issue with SSL developments....?
Thanks for your help as ever guys

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You can adjust this in the server validation server behavior. You have the value set:

Protocols: http://www.

You can just use "ignore protocols" and it will allow the link to start with anything.

You could also allow multiple protocols comma-separated if you only want to allow specific values.

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russell298997

Thanks ray.
Am just in the process. Of moving to DW 2017 from CS4 so I'm now finally faced with having no server behaviour panels and I don't currently have the DW extensions set up for another few days. Just wondered which file I'd need to edit to change the http to http/https.

I know I asked the question briefly some months back about it but could you just best way for me to server behaviours panels (or similar) reinstalled. I read somewhere about Adobe having done some extension? But am I right in saying that installing your MySQL extension will add that functionality back? Do I need both or would they conflict?
Advice gratefully received thx

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You would still have to install the Adobe extension to add the Server Behaviors and Database panel. Then install ours to add the webassist functionality to it.

You can edit the file manually for now on line 58. Just update:
"http://www."
to:
"false"

That will allow a url with any beginning.

or to:
"https://www."

if you want the links to always start with https://www.

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