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This is your regular reminder to use protocol-less urls on the web (i.e. "//host.test/path" instead of "http(s)://host.test/path")

The browser figures out the correct one (it uses the one it reached your site on), and you don't have to deal with it.

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@tomasekeli
Which makes it into http for https sites if the one you are visiting is http. Not ideal.

@tennoseremel i only serve on http from localhost (when developing), and that's when I want http links.

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