helenp - 11:58 am on Mar 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
--use links with leading / and let users stay with https even when it isn't needed. This means the googlebot will eventually have duplicate versions of all your http pages. (Not of https pages, because I assume you don't let http get to those.)
Lucy, this was what I was doing, but yesterday I saw that google indexed about 50 pages and I have not added that many, so I went into a folder not to get so many pages, and searched in google for that folder and saw https pages that should be http indexed both with http and https.
So I have duplicated content.
So as I said before, as an emergency solution I added a 301 redirection on all pages, the http pages to http and https to https, so at this moment users will ever stay on https even if not needed as soon as they leave https they are redirected to http.