New Plugin: Define SSL Pages

Just released: A very simple plugin that allows you to require SSL for certain pages on your site. For example, at the BDN we moved the login form from /wp-login.php to /login/, and wanted to require SSL for that page. So, using this plugin, we can force anyone who visits http://bangordailynews.com/login/ to https://bangordailynews.com/login/.

It’s in the WordPress plugin repository:¬†http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/require-ssl-for-pages/

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2 Responses to New Plugin: Define SSL Pages

  1. Aaron Jorbin says:

    Is there a particular reason you did it inside WordPress rather then on a server configuration level?

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