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Anonymous 13/11/20(Wed)02:47 No. 7801

Anyone else getting this on /eh/? The grey theme is blocked unless I manually unblock it, but the block resets every visit.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-does-content-isnt-secure-affect-my-safety


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Anonymous 13/11/20(Wed)03:57 No. 7802

Tis fine for me.


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Anonymous 13/11/20(Wed)09:59 No. 7804

>>7801
Yes. It has happened to me for a while now both with Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox.

The explanation is obvious. Quoted from that page:
>if the HTTPS page you visit includes HTTP content, the HTTP portion can be read or modified by attackers, even though the main page is served over HTTPS. When an HTTPS page has HTTP content, we call that content “mixed”. The page you are visiting is only partially encrypted and even though it appears to be secure, it isn't.
>Only the potentially harmful part of HTTP content is blocked so some websites may still have HTTP content.

Meaning you (we) are browsing 7chan --/eh/ in this case-- over HTTPS. With a quick search through the page's source HTML, we can see that the page's CSS style resource (ie lines 22 to 26) is linked as regular HTTP. This means that pages with resources such as these ones are considered "mixed content" as defined by FireFox (and Chrome), and thus are (partially) blocked as such.
I say pages with resources such as these, because this also affects /pr/'s custom style and, sometimes, even /b/ during PartyHard mode. More generally this also affects a part of the website on pages that have ads --but who notices those, because who doesn't block them. Right?--. And more generally (and perhaps more importantly) it affects video embedding (YouTube, Google, etc), whether done by mods (sometimes) or done by regular users (every time).

In all these cases I'd have to reload the page (each time) to actually see the resource.

It really should beMost of this could be easy to fix. I'm sure the Admins and Mods know how to.


On the topic of HTTPS >>7217


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ice!.RAPE.curg 13/11/24(Sun)06:35 No. 7816

>>7804
saz made a bit of code a while back that automatically updates links to use http or https based on what you currently are connecting with
i guess he forgot to include it for the linking to style sheets


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Anonymous 13/12/31(Tue)20:48 No. 7904

>>7816
well, the problem stylesheet is http://7chan.org/skrt/src/meh.css

isn't /skrt/ where the party hard swf files go?


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Anonymous 14/01/04(Sat)13:26 No. 7907

>>7904
>well, the problem stylesheet is http://7chan.org/skrt/src/meh.css
No, it was explained that that resource is not the only problematic one.



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