shaunm - 9:19 am on Jul 5, 2013 (gmt 0)
Thank you so much!
Could you please tell me why did you say so? Or can I take it for only https:// non-canonical requests where the server returns 200 server response?
the other is configuring your server to respond with a 200 OK for non-canonical requests instead of 301 redirecting to the canonical url.
That's the biggest answer I ever get on a post man! Thank you so much!
I'm guessing that you've got a shopping cart on your site, which is going to involve pages with https protocol somewhere
You are absolutely correct :-)
As phranque suggests, 301 redirecting all requests to the proper canonical form of your urls is the proper way to handle the situation
Will not that overwrite the shopping cart secure URLs with https:// to http:// as well?
Thanks again for all your help :-)