Chrome, the browser, will introduce a new protocol that automatically places your site as insecure if you do not show it in https. This means that if your site uses http and the page has a POST protocol then Chrome will issue a message to the viewer. To avoid this all POST and data sensitive pages will need to be https only.
I did this for the Community and it was quite a workout. Besides changing the configuration I had to go through thousands of files and update everyone. I then had to go through various fields of the database and update calls to URLs. Certain http_referrs gave trouble because of the https protocol so I had to fix those too. It is a long process that has to be carefully undertaken so there isn't unnecessary down time. Now I have to do this for all the other sites!
This is a great upgrade to the site. There are places I could go where I couldn't get in because the site wasn't https… and now it is.
We rest Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure to share a message from one historian to you:
Today is: 12th December (GMT), in history on the 12th of December, 1946 AD the following birth happened:
Marlous Fluitsma: Actress (De Prooi, Apart, Alle Dagen Feest)