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Old 12th September 2018, 01:40 AM   #1
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Back up. There are a few small mixed content issues to resolve, but not anything to hold up getting the site online at the present time.
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Showing "https", no glitches (yet). FF 62.0 (64bit) on Win7.

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Just now: the stylesheet is not loading every time. I get posts in Time Roman with no DIYAudio header or reply box. Refresh worked once. Going to the top page and working in again worked a few other times. (Never know if it is just my cable provider.....)
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It was showing partial for me before (saying images were not https) but now showing full https Waterfox 56.2.2

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Showing "https", no glitches (yet). FF 62.0 (64bit) on Win7.

"This website does not supply ownership information."

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We are using a Let's Encrypt certificate which has 3 months validity. They do that to encourage automation of certificate renewal and shorten the amount of time rogue certificates could be valid in the wild.

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Just now: the stylesheet is not loading every time. I get posts in Time Roman with no DIYAudio header or reply box. Refresh worked once. Going to the top page and working in again worked a few other times. (Never know if it is just my cable provider.....)
Good chance you're getting a cached version of something. Try doing a hard refresh.

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It was showing partial for me before (saying images were not https) but now showing full https Waterfox 56.2.2

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I think I've got everything now. When members post HTTP images, they are now being re-written and served from WeServ.NL over HTTPS. There should be no more HTTP content on diyAudio anywhere. If you see something, let me know.

I'll be using report-uri.com to have people's browsers submit error reports in an automated fashion, so I should see any glitches at least as fast as you do, if not sooner, once I set that up later today.
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