Not yet. Thanks for this feedback. As we did for Apache, I think it would be very useful to have some information about how to do this kind of operation on NGINX so we complete the section below:
I'll share your feedback with the Docs team.
II. If not, does this tutorial work exactly as described for my bitnami installation?
III. When using this tutorial, do I have to all steps of no. 2. Optimize HTTPS on Nginx and get an A+ score on the SSLlabs test. as well? IV. Is this the nginx.conf file that they refer to in the tutorial
Since you're using
WordPress Pro, you can force https redirection by modifying the section below at
So, it looks like:
return 301 https://$host$request_uri;
Then, restart NGINX:
sudo /opt/bitnami/ctlscript.sh restart nginx
V. After implementing this tutorial, will it work for Varnish as well?
I'm a bit cautious as I have already read several threats about redirect loops and Varnish https errors (redirect loop / Varnish error)
Varnish is not enable by default on this stack. In order to activate you'll need to modify the NGINX configuration since Varnish will attempt to use the port 80. There are other alternatives to manage the WP cache such as the ones described at:
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