http and https problem

rkraj's Avatar
I have a problem regarding one of my site. Actually the site is opening with https:// whereas crawled url is with http:// and when we submit the site with http:// URL then it flashes invalid URL massage. So, please guide and suggest what should I do?

Thanks a lot in advance?
Webdeveloper's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2011
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You need to check the protocols enabled for your domain on the hosting server, I think your web server has only allowed https for your domain and not http. This is very weird but can be the case.


linkbuilding5's Avatar, Join Date: May 2011
HTTPS indicates a secure site. http means that the web site is talking to your browser using the regular 'unsecured' language.
seoforums85's Avatar
It is canonical issue, Remove it then your site open rightly
mark joshef's Avatar
hi do you know what is difference between http;// AND https;//.....if know you please suggest me..
Click SSL's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2010
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If your site having HTTPS:// than you surely know that your site is SSL secured. In this case you should have to redirect your all HTTP:// domains to HTTPS://. It is very simple process and you will start showing your site in your browser.

I think most websites do not allows to submit HTTPS:// domains. If your site have another team for developing than consult with them about this query.
TM-Ali's Avatar, Join Date: Oct 2011
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https is more secure than http. URL with https is safe for money transfer, online shopping, and internet banking........
icecube_media's Avatar
https is the protocol of ssl (Secure socket layer ), for secure data trasection, where as http is only transfer the data without much security.
Apoorva's Avatar, Join Date: Nov 2011
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Originally Posted by seoforums85 View Post
It is canonical issue, Remove it then your site open rightly
I agreed too. It is the canonical issue. You have to resolve it otherwise the crawler consider both pages as the different one and take it as a 'duplicate content' issue.
adoncia's Avatar, Join Date: Jan 2012
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I am totally agree with click ssl here.