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Thanks for this great package :)
I think it would be even more great if one could change the initial settings when clicking on the installed package in the package section - I did not mark the checkbox in order to have a dashboard configured so now I can't figure out where to edit my settings.
I agree, there are times when it would be good to get back to the post-install screen.
Add this to your Dashboard.config:
<tab caption="HttpsRedirect: Settings">
... what do you think about the package auto-adding this as a dashboard control? My original thought was for it to be an "install & forget" package, but happy to re-consider.
Thanks for the pointer, I had a suspicion it would be something like that :)
I think it would be fine if the dashboard control was added automatically since it's a bit frustrating not being able to simply just tweak the settings when you want to and, like I did, forget to mark the checkbox asking about the dashboard.
Just one more thing I would suggest...
Currently I'm running a local site where I have a special "form template". The template is configured in the dashboard to have https...but since I don't have the SSL certificate installed on my local machine I get an error message.
Would it be possible to add a configuration telling the handler not to force https on domain.local for instance?
Hope the above makes english ;-)
Thanks Jan, it's a good idea.
Wondering if it's better to check if Umbraco is in 'Debug' mode? So we could have a setting in the web.config like "DisabledInDebugMode"?
Just thinking of ideas where we don't have to whitelist domain names.
Yes maybe that is a better option - less stuff to configure less to think about...that would be nice :)
Cool, I'll pencil it in for the next release. (It's good timing, as the guys at Mayfly Media have a pull request waiting for me too!)
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