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Do not proxify images which are already loaded through HTTPS


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It would also make a lot more sense if it tried to upgrade the original image to HTTPS before resorting to proxying - just make a HEAD request to the HTTPS version of the image URL and check whether it responds with 200 OK, and rewrite the URL to that too.

I looked into using a plugin for that, but unfortunately it would involve replicating the entire link parsing function because there are no useful hook points in there.

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