I host several websites via an ISP-provided DNS name, and I split them up beyond my router's port 80 using an installation of haproxy. It has worked very well for my (I think it's 11) unique websites up until I changed one of them to be https.
Now, Google Chrome assumes all my websites are https, and I can only access the one that is https :-(
I suspect the reason Chrome does this is because all my websites start with my domain name (myexampledomain.com) example site 1 would be http://myexampledomain.com/website-one/main.html and example site 2 would be https://myexampledomain.com/website-two/main.html and for some reason, after chrome successfully accessed the https link, the non-https link automatically is accessed as https. Delete the s (to make it http) and chrome just adds it back in there.
When I access my websites through Internet Explorer 9, they all still work fine, or at least can be accessed without the connection being automatically auto-completed as https. So, no, there is no http-to-https redirect somewhere on my back-end, this is just chrome being silly. Does anyone know why Chrome is being silly, and if there is a way to still access my other sites from Chrome? I hate IE, and using it causes me physical pain ;-)