Laravel Https is middleware to check for Secure HTTP requests. Laravel Https middleware providers can check and redirect if the user is not hitting the https url of your app/site or the request can be automatically redirected to a Secure Http (HTTPS) request.

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Last update: 2024-03-27 02:31:28 UTC


Laravel Https

Laravel HTTPS Web and API Checker

Laravel Https is middleware to check for Secure HTTP requests. Laravel Https has can check for HTTPS and throw an error or automatically redirect to HTTPS.

Latest Stable Version Total Downloads StyleCI License: MIT


laravel-https Features
forceHTTPS middlware to check if URL is HTTPS and redirect to HTTPS if not.
checkHTTPS middlware to check if URL is HTTPS and throw an error if not.
Each middleware can be used in individual controllers constructor
Each middleware can be used as a middleware on individual routes
Each middleware can be used as a middleware route group
Returns HTML for HTTP requests
Returns JSON for API requests
Uses localized language files


Installation Instructions

  1. From your projects root folder in terminal run:

        composer require jeremykenedy/laravel-https
  2. Register the package

    • Laravel 5.5 and up Uses package auto discovery feature, no need to edit the config/app.php file.

    • Laravel 5.4 and below Register the package with laravel in config/app.php under providers with the following:

        'providers' => [
  3. Optionally publish the packages views, config file, and language files by running the following from your projects root folder:

        php artisan vendor:publish --tag=LaravelHttps
  4. Add the middleware to your routes or controller. See Usage.


laravel-https can be configured in directly in /config/laravel-https.php if you published the assets. Or you can variables to your .env file.

Environment File

Here are the .env file variables available:



From Route File:
  • You can include the checkHTTPS or forceHTTPS in a route groups or on individual routes.
Route Group Example:
    Route::group(['middleware' => ['web', 'checkHTTPS']], function () {
        Route::get('/', 'WelcomeController@welcome');
Individual Route Examples:
    Route::get('/', 'WelcomeController@welcome')->middleware('checkHTTPS');
    Route::match(['post'], '/test', 'Testing\TestingController@runTest')->middleware('forceHTTPS');
From Controller File:
  • You can include the checkHTTPS or forceHTTPS in the contructor of your controller file.
Controller File Example:
     * Create a new controller instance.
     * @return void
    public function __construct()


Http Middleware checkHTTPS API Middleware checkHTTPS

File Tree

├── .gitignore
├── composer.json
└── src
    ├── LaravelHttpsServiceProvider.php
    ├── app
    │   └── Http
    │       └── Middleware
    │           ├── CheckHTTPS.php
    │           └── ForceHTTPS.php
    ├── config
    │   └── laravel-https.php
    └── resources
        ├── lang
        │   └── en
        │       └── laravel-https.php
        └── views
            └── errors
                └── 403.blade.php
  • Tree command can be installed using brew: brew install tree
  • File tree generated using command tree -a -I '.git|node_modules|vendor|storage|tests'

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Laravel-https is licensed under the MIT license. Enjoy!