Problem: Automatic redirect to HTTPS
Vivaldi (as well as other Webkit browsers) seems to automatically check if there is a reply on https:// when visiting a http:// url, and then use the https:// one if there is. This behaviour makes [b]no sense at all[/b]: I can't visit certain http:// websites because of this. There is no guarantee that a server serves the same content/website on port 443 as on 80. This makes Vivaldi unusable for some websites. I have to use lynx or crappy Firefox right now, because I can't get it to work in Webkit browsers (tested on Vivaldi, Opera and Chromium). This "feature" should be removed, doesn't even make sense to offer a configuration option.
Vivaldi does not redirect automatically to SSL connections if there are http and https domain.
Please try it!
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True, this site works for me as well. But I still have this problem on an internal site. Let me debug some more to find the difference.
I found a bugreport now VB-18012 "Visiting http:// site but Vivaldi is loading https:// + cert warning"
and can confirm a special issue.
Yeah, that's mine - didn't want to publish URL.
I hope someone tells me what the problem was once this is resolved.. :)
Thanks for your report of the issue. :)
That is really strange. I don't know if this is a bug or a server misconfig.
Lets wait until one of the Vivaldi devs will have a look at.
frankwarwick last edited by
This is still a problem 2 years on.
I click a http link in my inbox and go to the site, Vivaldi converts it to https.
I have tested the same link from other browsers and they behave correctly.
1.14.1047.3 (Official Build) (64-bit)
OS Mac OS X
Dantesoft last edited by
It’s not unusual, in fact the browsers are required to do that if the website owner says so.
The webserver can force a browser to a secure connection over https by a redirect and sending a header (HSTS) which tells the browser to use the https connection next load.
If you need to test such page without redirect:
Open internal page
Type the domain into 'Delete domain security policies' search field
Now you can load the domain without redirect