I recently had a chance to do this at work, because we use IIS webservers… and discovered that there isn’t a ton of documentation out there for WordPress on IIS. So here’s a quick and simple walkthrough!
The XY Problem – users trying to figure out a solution to problem X, so they try to do Y in order to get to the result X.
The problem is, they don’t know how to do Y either, so they ask someone about it…
…And even with all that, I wouldn’t change my career.
Why does it suck, you ask?
Check this out: Still Drinking: Programming Sucks.
It’s an insider look at programming, tech jobs, and the internet – and why everything seems like it’s breaking all of the time.
Gotta admit, one of my favorite parts?
Most people don’t even know what sysadmins do, but trust me, if they all took a lunch break at the same time they wouldn’t make it to the deli before you ran out of bullets protecting your canned goods from roving bands of mutants.
Thanks for the callout to us SysAdmins, Mr. Still Drinking!
Sometimes, we’ll need our web products to be solely HTTPS, and if anyone tries to load the HTTP page, it will seamlessly redirect them to HTTPS.
Note: For this tutorial, you must have the IIS URL Rewrite Module installed on the web server.