Isn't it just an issue of whether you call http: or https: ?

-----Original Message-----
From: Andre Dubuc [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 11:27 AM
Subject: [PHP] Switching from HTTPS to HTTP using PHP?

After completing most of the coding for my site, I would like to use "https"

for restricted areas that require login. In short tests, I've discovered 
that, yes, I can engage the encrypted mode while calling these pages, but 
I've also discovered that it stays in the "https" mode even when it passes 
to once non-restricted pages. I'm not sure whether that is a problem, but  .

. . I gather this is "normal" behavior since I had requested "https". But is

it possible to "unrequest" ?

My question is simple: is there a way to "get out of" or "turn off" https 
once it has been initiated -- using PHP?

Since I have limited or no experience with https, any pointers, advice, or 
admonitions would be greatly appreciated. And they say, "Ignorance is bliss"

-- I'm not too sure about that :>


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