There were some questions regarding this topic, but none of them discussed if there is some expection, and if http is just enough for some kind of websites.
I've seen lot of school/high school websites with just http, so there was no https link. On this websites there was also no login or something present, so was a let's say normal static kind of website (I did not check it further, maybe there was some hidden link to login and edit the website). Does this kind of website need a https? What is a danger of having just http for this site?
Another example would be a personal website. Imagine you have a website where people can read your info, the projects you were working on and contact details; so no login and nothing. Does this kind of website requires a https connection? Also here, what is dangerous of having just http for this site?
Also this: http://collegeinfogeek.com/
This website is http, but does this website need a https for their purpose?
One more thing that is not clear for me. If there is a login option present on the website, https is highly reccomended. But in the case we use http and we encrypt the login credentials and send the ecrypted data on the server we should be also secure or?
NOTE: I am reffering to "small" websites, not an organization or business website (with bank transactions and so). Just normal site with login possibility.