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Force SSL on your Django site.

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# django-sslify

Do you want to force HTTPs across your Django site? You're in the right place!

![Use SSL for all the things!](

## Install

To install ``django-sslify``, simply run ``pip install django-sslify`` and
you'll get the latest version installed automatically.

## Usage

Modify your Django ```` file, and prepend
``sslify.middleware.SSLifyMiddleware`` to your ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES`` setting:

``` python
# ...

**NOTE**: Make sure ``sslify.middleware.SSLifyMiddleware`` is the first
middleware class listed, as this will ensure that if a user makes an unsecure
request (over HTTP), they will be redirected to HTTPs before any actual
processing happens.

## Notes

This code was taken from [this StackOverflow

I've only tested this on Heroku, so if it doesn't work for you, please send a
pull request and I'll merge.

If you're using Heroku, and have no idea how to setup SSL, read [this great
article]( which talks about
using the new SSL endpoint addon (which fucking rocks!).


- Write unit tests.

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