How do you get rid of the s at the end of http?

that just means the http protocol is secure by using a Secure Sockets Layer or a SSL. I can't think of a reason you'd want to get rid of the s but you can get rid of it by taking the URL and just deleting the s.

if it redirects you to a https site that means that they want to make sure that you use the https connection (with some sites like Google you can tell them to turn off the ssl for your account)

if you come up with a 404 error code and the page doesn't come up, that means the site doesn't have a regular http port open on their system and theirs nothing you can do about it.


(if this if for your own site, i don't know how to do that)