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https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/Upgrade-Insecure-Requests

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Upgrade-Insecure-Requests

The HTTP Upgrade-Insecure-Requests request header sends a signal to the server expressing the client’s preference for an encrypted and authenticated response, and that it can successfully handle the upgrade-insecure-requests CSP directive.

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CptPillow

okay cool. just didnt want the site to blow up if i removed it xD

CptPillow

Thats always good.... now i can pull out my hair with a different project 👍

Jim Speir

Well... not specifically explosions... 🙄

greg_808

is it true that i don’t need to escape get vars if i get them like $request->getVar(‘foo’)???

Firesphere

An http iframe inside an https website should never work afaik

sorokin

Is it possible to have nesting levels in the site tree that don't introduce new pages (or at the least, new url segments to subpages)? One of our clients has a page with a lot of children and they've asked to group them into folders but i've never seen anything like that, and i'm probably just going to suggest either "no" or use lumberjack and a gridfield they can sort / filter

wmk

well, sitetree wasn't designed for that usecase. Every branch of the tree is a part of an url. You might create a special page type that doesn't append the URLSegment, but you also need to modify ModelAsController to ingore that part if it's that page type.

wmk

I did it once vice versa. I have a "AccommodationHolder" with a lot of "AccommodationPages" and wanted to inject the town of each accommodation. It took some time until it worked - and it's not very elegant code.