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django-ssl-redirect 2.1.1

A middleware that secures URLS.

Django SSL Redirect

Django SSL Redirect is a middleware that ensures secured URLs and only secured URLs are accessed securely over HTTPS.


Run `pip install django-ssl-redirect`

Add `ssl_redirect.middleware.SSLRedirectMiddleware` to the top of your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES setting:


Securing Views
To secure a view simply add `'SSL': True` the views kwargs

urlpatterns = patterns('my_app.views',
url(r'^secure/path/$', 'secure_view', {'SSL':True}),

You can always ensure a view is not served over SSL with `'SSL': True`

urlpatterns = patterns('my_app.views',
url(r'^unsecure/path/$', 'secure_view', {'SSL': False}),

`SSL_ON (default True)`
Use SSL redirects. This setting overrides all other settings.

`SSL_ALWAYS (default False)`
Use SSL throughout the entire site.

`HTTPS_PATHS (default [])`
A list of secure paths.

`SSL_PORT (default None)`
Port number of the SSL connection. If the value is not None it will be appended after the host.  
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