I have a Tiki instance, installed with regular Apache and
.htaccess and I tried to put the Ngnix as a reverse proxy for that.
The Nginx was setup to accept just https connections. The scheme is forwarded by using the header
X-Forwarded-Proto, which is suggested by nginx documentation. While Tiki does not recognize that, Tiki pages will use the regular
http when rendering action on any form, like auth form for example. When user POST to http://, the proxy will redirect http to https and the POST request will be lost.
I suggest Tiki recognize
X-Forwarded-* and also
Forwarded, as we can find on https://www.nginx.com/resources/wiki/start/topics/examples/forwarded/.
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