I've taken this as a call to reorganize various other aspects of the blog to facilitate the implementation of https. I'll describe what is happening there - it should be seamless, but I ought to explain in advance in case of glitches.
HTTPS implementation issuesTo recap, the issue is that Moyhu can now serve pages under https, if readers use that URL. But a HTTPS page will only show material that comes with a certificate, else it won't appear and may give scary warnings. So I have to make sure internally that all links to outside are via https.
HTML provides support for this via a Content Security Policy which you can declare with META tags. I think I can do those in the Blogger environment. The relevant one allows you to mandate that all http: links are replaced with https:. Unfortunately this doesn't mandate that the sources will provide certificates (ie supprt https), and often they won't.
Unfortunately for me, I keep much of my back-up material (images and scripts) on an Amazon S3 bucket. There are various ways that can be referenced in URL, and I used the short form that is also what is provided by the Cloudberry interface that I use. Amazon supports https (mostly), but requires a long form URL that basically specifies the region where the data is held. So it isn't just a matter of adding the s; I have to modify addresses.
Blogger editingI have currently 563 posts and a dozen or so pages. Blogger requires that posts be written and amended through their very primitive editor, so that is a tedious process. I would very much like to just do a global search-replace, but that isn't supported. I have some other lingering issues - I would like to consolidate a number of platforms I have used in the past, such as TinyPic. Moyhu has been going for over 6 years now, and some of these platforms are shaky.
The planIt will take a few days to work through the JS editing. I think I am close with the global replacements. Unless I mess up the JS, reader who connect with http (still recommended) shouyldn't notice anything. At some stage, the critical step of introducing the https redirect will be ventured. I hope you won't notice.
Anyway, this will be the first post to be generated by the JS system.