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Problem: This forum is almost unreadable in Firefox
#1
Firefox displays this forum in an unreadable way.
It looks like the root cause is that many resources are loaded using HTTP instead of HTTPS.



Hope this can be fixed Smile


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#2
No problems with Firefox here.
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#3
Fine with Firefox here too.
Try running Firefox in 'add-ons disabled mode'
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(03-09-2020, 09:04 PM)DRONE7 Wrote: Fine with Firefox here too.
Try running Firefox in 'add-ons disabled mode'

... fine here too...

I've had something similar a good while ago so I've started disabling addons one by one... in the end I've kept just just translation addon and Ghostery... then for total independence, I've installed Watefox browser (a Mozilla-based browser) which is used for Forums only (or for last resort use).

Any browser will misbehave sooner or later until it is reset.
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#5
Quote:Any browser will misbehave sooner or later until it is reset.

Retail workforce mantra... Wink
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(03-09-2020, 07:28 PM)Sander Wrote: Firefox displays this forum in an unreadable way.
It looks like the root cause is that many resources are loaded using HTTP instead of HTTPS.



Hope this can be fixed Smile

Looks like you have a CSS issue with the site, maybe try clearing your cache..

Site works fine in Firefox for me as well.
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(03-09-2020, 07:28 PM)Sander Wrote: Firefox displays this forum in an unreadable way.
It looks like the root cause is that many resources are loaded using HTTP instead of HTTPS.



Hope this can be fixed Smile

It looks fine if you go to http://moodeaudio.org/forum/index.php

But if you try https, all hell breaks loose.

Cheers,

Phil
Pi 3B + Allo MiniBoss DAC / Pro-ject Elemental / Marantz CD6004 / Marantz PM6004 / Monitor Audio Bronze 2
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#8
The moOde project main Website moodeaudio.org has worked via https://moodeaudio.org for prolly a year now ever since my ISP started offering free AutoSSL certs.

The Forum software is MyBB and it requires modifications to run via https (SSL)
https://docs.mybb.com/1.8/administration...ity/https/

If another dev with experience in MyBB wants to volunteer to make and test the modifications I'll be happy to help out, time permitting.
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