Page Link on Navbar Needs to Change, How? (6 posts)

  1. minutekiller
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I set up the SSL certificates on my WordPress site,


    Now I need my main site, http://www.breathesafely.com/shopping to go to the new https page.

    I know that the 'Page Links To' plugin does this, is there any way to do it so that it's not using a plugin?

  2. minutekiller
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Maybe I will just use the plugin if no one has any suggestions.

  3. jessn
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Just use a page redirect in the htaccess file. Paste this into your .htaccess:

    Redirect 301 /shopping/ https://www.breathesafely.com/shopping/?page_id=4

    Or you might need to have the entire url in that first part /shopping/. Try it that first way first and if that doesn't work paste the whole url for the old page there.

  4. Will White
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Many webhosts have a htaccess manager pre-built into your control panel. For instance I use Ipower.com and once I log in it has a step-by-step walkthrough on how to forward the links. Pretty handy. Try checking your host if you can't finagle the .htaccess code changes directly.

  5. minutekiller
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Great! All taken care of. Thank you WillPCG.

  6. minutekiller
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Scratch that. Not taken care of..

    Since it's not marked as resolved yet,

    I had to change the link of the checkout,
    http://www.breathesafely.com/shopping/?page_id=123 is the page I set it up on. It's linked on my navbar and everytime I change it (Using Page Links to and Quick Page/Post Redirect plugins it gets caught in "the loop"), it doesn't work.

    works. But I can't have 1/2 links pointing to the checkout be pointing at the non-secure version of the checkout. Is there somehwere I can hardcode in the link for the navbar like what I did to the sidebar shopping cart?

    Thanks so much for any advice you may be able to give.

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