I just installed an SSL/TLS cert for The Corner Forum. It all seems to work OK, but I'd appreciate it if you's have a look and let me know if you see any weirdness.
If there are no problems, I'll probably force https for everyone sometime next Corner Forum - Now With https !
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viewed a bunch of threads, posted on one. No issues.
It works well in safari loads much faster. Good job. Thanks
Does seem faster too. But probably just a placebo. Hehe...
oh wait...had my phone upside down
all good..no problems
Maybe fractionally slower by my read; not by much (Chrome), but smooth.
posting this from the https url using google chrome.
Which doesn't make much sense.
Clicking a link using the "new window" link doesn't actually open up in a new window. Instead it opens the link in the current window forcing you to "go back" to return to the corner instead of just closing the linked page. I am using Firefox on a Mac if any of that info is useful.
Connection not secure
Firefox has blocked parts of this page that are not secure
This page uses weak encryption
I still can't figure out if the Ewok is playing week 1 or not.
Just kidding. So far so good.
This https site works fine.
I have tried it on a couple devices - computer and tablet and everything is functioning fine so far.
And much faster on Chrome FWIW
to me, I generally use Mozilla myself.
I didn't see any lack of speed.
It looks like one file is loaded via http and chrome blocks it:
Not sure what that js is.
On the http site there are 29 network requests, and on the https site there are 25. I did not audit the requests to identify all of the differences.
If you update your server to HTTP2 (now that you are testing https support) you should see even more speed improvements.
Looks like some of tracking scripts are being loaded over http:, so Chrome is filtering them out.
the heavy load of connections is still over on the other non https game?
That point to http? Won't that trigger insecure warnings?
What should the differences be (good or bad) using this protocol?
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