Add full HTTPS support
Wikiwand already seems to have some HTTPS support, although certain scripts are served over HTTP and throw a mixed content warning. Wikipedia itself has full support for HTTPS.
In a post-Snowden world, a secure-by-default approach benefits all users. HTTPS prevents a user's employer, ISP or government from snooping on what Wikipedia articles they are reading. This is particularly pertinent for users in less democratic countries, where simply viewing a controversial article can get them into real trouble.
Our latest Chrome and Firefox extension now always redirect to HTTPS
Joshua Holland commented
HTTPS turned on by default, no matter the referrer, would seem like a good approach; I see no reason not to at least make HTTPS enforcement an optional setting. I don't see any technical reason why a secure connection could not at least be attempted in all situations.
Kyle Ballard commented
On Chrome there is a clash between Wikiwand and the HTTPS Everywhere extension that results in the Wikiwand interface being loaded in HTTP mode instead of HTTPS.