HTTPS

I haven’t changed much about this website since I migrated to Jekyll in 2011. I’ve flirted here and there with Hugo, but don’t really have solid plans to fully convert over to it just yet. But I do feel that the standard on the web should be HTTPS, so I’m stepping away from my self-hosted site on Reclaim Hosting and moving over to Netlify. Netlify supports the same commit-and-publish workflow that Github pages does, but, more importantly, comes with Let’s Encrypt to provide SSL on custom domains.

I’ve taken some steps to clean up a few links across the site:

sed -i 's|http://jasonheppler.org|https://jasonheppler.org|g' *.md

That said, there might be some broken links yet – if you discover any, it’d be swell if you’d let me know!

05 December 2017 · @jaheppler