Page no longer editable, viewable, and not able to revert to older reversion of it
This is very frustrating. I had a working page and the only thing I changed was that I checked the "Requires SSL" checkbox (and then published). Now I can no longer view or edit the page because it gives the 404 error. Obviously, first thought was maybe this was because of Requires SSL, so I unchecked the box and republished. But now, even with Requires SSL unchecked, the page can still not be viewed or edited. When I attempt to revert to an older version of the page, it gives the error also.
Since I can't revert the page, it looks like my only option is to delete it and recreate it.
EDIT: It looks like the page is still wanting SSL even though the "Requires SSL" option is unchecked. In fiddler, when I browse to the page, it sends it to port 443, even though the scheme is http://.
EDIT AGAIN: What makes this more interesting is that in firefox, the page loads just fine on the front-end. But when I attempt to load it in IE on the front-end, it gives the "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" error. So why would the page be viewable to a user in firefox but not IE...
Any ideas on how to resolve this issue?
Fixed all this by changing the URL for the page. If I change it back to the old URL, then it happens again. Somehow checking the "Requires SSL" box for the page messed up the URL and now I am afraid to ever touch that checkbox again.
It's not a Sitefinity bug or something, where it doesn't set the 'require ssl' flag to false.
It's a caching issue (whether it's browser or server based I haven't tested).
After reading your 1st post, I tested it by setting require ssl to true, then back to false. Initially it wouldn't show the page. After server reset and browser cache clearing the page loaded perfectly again.