You can use the SSL/HTTPS > Force HTTPS sub-section of the Control Panel to force HTTPS connections to your domain and subdomains. It is possible that some .htaccess files interfere with the functioanlity added by this tool and prevent it from working properly.
The use of this option might not be suitable for all types of scripts and applications. Please carefully test your site if it is working normally after enabling this option. If your script has built-in functionality that forces HTTPS, we suggest that you use it instead.
Forcing HTTPS for WordPress
The solution described above may not be compatible with some WordPress sites, but we have a simple tool that does the same for this platform. For more information, please check our guide on how to force HTTPS for WordPress.
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