Can a Page Rule override the always https setting? The reason I ask is that for our domain we always want https for all but one path.
http://<ourdomain>/.wellknown/* needs to remain as http, all other paths for our domain need to be redirected to https if not already that way.
I started by setting “Always Use HTTPS” to
On and created a page rule for /.wellknown/ to not use TLS [I thought] (SSL: off, Automatic HTTPS Rewrites: off). Things still redirected to https. I assume this is because the “Always Use HTTPS” setting is just that and it will ALWAYS be applied first, prior to any page rules.
So I guess my question is how do I achieve the http -> https redirect for everything except http:///.wellknown/*?
The “Always Use HTTPS” help reads,
URL. If you only want to redirect for a subset of requests, consider creating an “Always use HTTPS” page rule. Which makes sense though I was unable to find information in documentation on Always use HTTPS page rule.