SSL Redirection

SSL Redirection

  • Determine which pages should be SSL enabled
  • Enforce SSL where you need to
  • Easy to use

The SSL Redirect plugin is able to redirect non-secure HTTP-pages to secure HTTPS-pages, and back again. Which pages need to be served through SSL and which not, can be configured through plugin parameters: Per Menu-Item, per component, etcetera.

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Current version 0.9.13 (Stable)
Requirements Joomla 2.5 (supported until June 2015)
Joomla 3.0 - Joomla 3.4
PHP 5.4 or higher
SSL certificate already configured in hosting environment
PHP 5.4.0 or higher
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License GNU/GPL (General Public License)


  • SSL selection based on components, articles, URLs and more
  • Exceptions based on URLs and components
  • Advanced selection options

Getting started

  • Install this plugin in the Extension Manager
  • Configure plugin settings in the Plugin Manager
  • Enable the plugin when SSL is ready


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  • Make sure to implement SSL correctly
  • Redirect HTTPS to HTTP or vice versa


The Joomla! Global Configuration allows you to configure SSL, but if a visitor enters a Joomla! page through non-HTTPS, this visitor is not automatically redirected. Also you can't enable SSL for just some pages, while all other pages are served through regular HTTP.

While the Apache htaccess file can be configured to contain RewriteRules for this, it is much more complicated and error-prawn. This is the main reason why the Yireo SSL Redirect plugin was developed.

With Joomla 3, the Global Configuration contains a setting Enforce SSL which allows you to enforce HTTPS upon your entire site. If you want to use SSL for all your pages, our plugin is not needed - you can simply use this core setting. If you want to implement SSL only partially, our plugin offers the solution though.


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