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JK_Bowman

9:31 pm on Feb 13, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hey Gang,

Some engines seem to take a submission with https, and some do not.

What work arounds are you using for those that will not accept https as a valid register?

Thanks!

11:58 am on Feb 14, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Which ones will? (sorry, don't know of any offhand - never tried it).

JK_Bowman

10:31 am on Feb 26, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Hey ya Brett,

Thanks for your reply.

I guess I can not really say with certainty that I know some are taking it. (It's too soon to tell) However, Google does not return an error message and neither does Direct Hit. But the vast majority of them suggest that is is an invalid URL.

The situation here is that the client used a frameset for his entire site so that the browser would show the security lock, he established his frameset as [mysite.com...]

My only solution so far has been to build a few new sites for him on doorway domains and link to his primary domain from there.