SSL/TLS Error | Forum

A R Sep 1 '14
The current setup for HTTPS is mostly fantastic, having at least RSA 2048 / SHA256 all the way up the chain and with a great cipher suite selected (GCM *and* PFS).

There is one problem though, there are some http :// links hard-coded into the website, which causes a browser error in Chrome and IE.  If you view the source of the website, you see the below lines.  If you change the http :// bit to just //, it should let the browser automatically select http vs https for each link, thereby removing the browser error.  You can read about it here:

Here are the sections that seem to be causing it:

<html xmlns="" lang="en" dir="ltr">

<div style="background: url(http:///...s/theme_image_12.jpg) no-repeat; height: 432px;"></div>

<a href=""_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="photo unnamed.jpg" />

<img src="" border="0" alt="photo 10152536_770194246333165_625549216722940085_n.jpg" />

The Forum post is edited by A R Sep 1 '14
Zach Black Owner
Zach Black Sep 1 '14
Cool I will pass it along to the tech guy.
Anna Sep 2 '14
Or it would be much easier to change the browser, for example to Firefox. IE has problems with many sites and is a bit slow and Google Chrome is the shittiest browser ever designed. It sucks even more than IE.
Zach Black Owner
Zach Black Sep 2 '14
Personally I have no issues on the site with any of the browsers. I think the OP was referring to my sidebar ads.
A R Sep 3 '14

That's the one I'm talking about.  It's nothing critical, only in IE will it actually pop up and ask if you want to see insecure elements (Firefox and Chrome just put a warning next to the address bar), but it's an easy enough fix
The Forum post is edited by A R Sep 3 '14
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