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  • Hi

    I’m trying to redirect a specific page to (shared) SSL.
    I’m using WordPress’s %category%/%postname% permalink structure.

    In my htaccess I have added this line:
    RewriteRule ^customer-zone?$ [R=301,L]

    Jut before WordPress’s own:
    RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - [L]

    This gives me a 403 with
    You don't have permission to access /index.php on this server.

    If I change the last /customer-zone to ?page_id=555
    I get an unstyled homepage with PAGE NOT FOUND.

    How do I do this while preferably keeping the nice permalinks in place.

    Also, it’s looking for stylesheets with, which is obviously incorrect…how would I set it up to retrieve the dependencies correctly.

    Thanks in advance


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  • mmm…it seems that if I change the permalink structure to the default…it does reach the proper page, but it’s still unstyled as
    it’s looking for the stylesheets and scripts in, instead of on the secure server or

    Is there ANY way to get the pretty permalinks to work?
    and, if not, how do I fix the incorrect links for the dependencies?

    Thanks in advance

    Using WordPress HTTPS plugin works with default permalinks but not %category%/%postname%

    Any onehave any ideas?

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