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Wierd https/http problems

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I have a https login page with C# code FormsAuthentication. After logging
in, my https pages recognize that I'm logged in. My http pages do not. It's
as if it's considering these pages under a different domain. Am I going to
have to make my entire site https? Any help/guidance is appreciated.

Thanks,
E

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Nov 28 '05 #1
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Sounds like you are hardcoding http in your site. If you use relative URLs,
it should not matter what protocol the user uses.

"E" <eg@nullspam.com> wrote in message
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I have a https login page with C# code FormsAuthentication. After logging
in, my https pages recognize that I'm logged in. My http pages do not. It's
as if it's considering these pages under a different domain. Am I going to
have to make my entire site https? Any help/guidance is appreciated.

Thanks,
E
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Nov 28 '05 #2

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I was doing relative links, but as soon as I started using some https pages
the links broke. I had to start hardcoding the absolute links
"https://www.site.com/page1.aspx" and "http://www.site.com/page2.htm". It
was acting like if https was at the front it was a different site. i.e.
https//www.site.com is a different site than http://www.site.com...
"Peter Rilling" <pe***@nospam.rilling.net> wrote in message
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Sounds like you are hardcoding http in your site. If you use relative
URLs, it should not matter what protocol the user uses.

"E" <eg@nullspam.com> wrote in message
news:11**************@spool6-east.superfeed.net...
I have a https login page with C# code FormsAuthentication. After logging
in, my https pages recognize that I'm logged in. My http pages do not.
It's as if it's considering these pages under a different domain. Am I
going to have to make my entire site https? Any help/guidance is
appreciated.

Thanks,
E
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Newsgroups
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Nov 29 '05 #3

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are you using the secure attribute in the forms tag? if so auth cookie
will only be transmitted over https.

Nov 29 '05 #4

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