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    I have 2 issues and I am not sure if they are related or not 
    1) the DDNMenu is putting the full domain link as http: without https:
    I can find no setting to tell it to put the domain or as http:. Should it be putting menu links as relative?
    web.config friendlyUrl defaultProvider="DNNFriendlyUrl"
    name="DNNFriendlyUrl" includePageName="true" regexMatch="[^a-zA-Z0-9 _-]" urlFormat="advanced"
    It seems the logo link also puts full domain and http: 
    also I think the module settings puts http: on the submit button so editing module fails.

    2) this issue is weird but might be related. it seems the site redirects to http: and fails to load until I request the same page 3 times. The third time it doesnt redirect to http: and does show the page.



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      Posted By Doug Moore on 12/13/2022 3:16 PM

      I have 2 issues and I am not sure if they are related or not 
      1) the DDNMenu is putting the full domain link as http: without https:
      I can find no setting to tell it to put the domain or as http:. Should it be putting menu links as relative?
      web.config friendlyUrl defaultProvider="DNNFriendlyUrl"
      name="DNNFriendlyUrl" includePageName="true" regexMatch="[^a-zA-Z0-9 _-]" urlFormat="advanced"
      It seems the logo link also puts full domain and http: 
      also I think the module settings puts http: on the submit button so editing module fails.

      2) this issue is weird but might be related. it seems the site redirects to http: and fails to load until I request the same page 3 times. The third time it doesnt redirect to http: and does show the page.

      Normally when you visit a site via https:// the menu items should also render as https://mysite.com/etc..
      What theme are you using?

       

       



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        not sure how the theme applies. site uses SOYD theme which I guess it a user created theme with a built-in DDRMenu tag in the header with no extra properties assigned. and the same for the logo include.
        dnn:MENU ID="bootstrapNav" MenuStyle="bootstrapNav"
        dnn:LOGO runat="server" id="dnnLOGO"

        outputs on the page the full url on the link of the logo http://www.mysite.org
        menu outputs the full url on the menu links to the pages  http://www.mysite.org/page1 ... etc

        I wonder what tells these built in controls to put the full domain into links and also what tells it to put http: vs https:



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          The theme can matter as there are a lot of things you can confure in it.
          The way the menu is rendered is defined in a template that comes with the Theme.

          A theme developer can manipulate the output of the menu in that template including the the issue you have.

          I'm not saying that's the case here, but if I visit my sites through https, the link in the menu are rendered with https too.

          On the logo:
          I use the Core Logo skin object and I see this link for the logo:

          <img id="dnn_ctl02_imgLogo" class="Logo" src="/Portals/0/FFLogoBlack.png?ver=n-xI6h1WXgjTMk4_LaAiGQ%3d%3d" alt="DNN9 base">

          AFAIK the logo skin object normally does not include the domainnname in the logo url in DNN.

          I'm testing on DNN 09.10.02, on what version do you have this issue?

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