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SSL Infinite Loop

  1. Hi all:

    I have a WordPress site that uses a private SSL certificate on a number of form pages. These are forced into using SSL through the Admin-SSL plugin, which works like a charm. The only problem is, once I'm at one of those encrypted forms and try to access an information page I don't want the SSL on, it causes an infinite loop error. I even have the pages I don't want the SSL forced on in the Admin-SSL "Ignore URLs" section, but it doesn't seem to do anything.

    I would hard-code the navigation to always be http://, but then Internet Explorer comes up with that stupid secure and nonsecure items message which may scare users off.

    Is there any way I can make sure those information pages stay http: without causing the infinite loop error and without causing Internet Explorer to relay an error message as well?

    Any suggestions are much appreciated!

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