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Redirect to SSL

window.location = "https://" + window.location.hostname + window.location.pathname + window.location.search;

You might wanna test if window.location.href doesn't start with "https" before doing that, so you don't redirect unless you have to.

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  1. Why would use JS instead of PHP? Or .htaccess?

  2. This is what I was using before, although Chris’s way is far better

    window.location = window.location.href.substr(0,4) + “s” + window.location.href.substr(4,250);

  3. Don’t forget about location.hash!

  4. Tim
    Permalink to comment#

    You also can use

    window.location.protocol = "https:"
  5. TeMc
    Permalink to comment#
    
    var addy = window.location.href;
    if (addy.indexOf('http:') === 0) {
        window.location.href = addy.replace(/^http/, 'https')
    }
    
  6. Permalink to comment#

    try

    
      window.location = window.location.protocol +'//'+ GetUrl('/home.html');
    

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