Site Bugs [Not Forum Bugs]

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Viper007Bond

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Are you visiting the site using HTTPS or something? What is the URL of the problematic pages?
 

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I'm just browsing in a bog standard fashion from home.

It appears with http://forums.finalgear.com/ and every page beneath that begins with http://forums.finalgear.com/..... No problem with http://www.finalgear.com.

IE 9 is saying: "Internet Explorer blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors"

I don't think it is a problem at my end, as I'm not getting these warnings on any other sites.
 

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That isn't a forum-wide issue, just for you due to geolocation/akamai content servers.
Also, the title of this thread is Site Bugs [Not Forum Bugs]. There is a thread HERE that you should use for forum related issues.
 
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OK ... seems to have stopped now anyway.

I didn't know if it was a site bug or a forum bug. Given the yellow warning at the top of the page atm, I was wondering if some spam hacker might be doing something more malicious than just sending insulting PMs.
 

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Best to keep reminding me to look into it or stop the FeedBurner redirect because I keep getting busy with other things.
 

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Finally managed to fix the FeedBurner feeds. Sorry it took so long.
 

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The countdown on the homepage keeps failing to load for me...happens both at home on several computers and at work.
 

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Don't know if its my computer or not, but today when I click on Chat, instead of running the script inside the window, it opens up another window of the FG front page instead... :blink:

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Yes, I broke chat when I removed our Varnish caching proxy. I've fixed it I think.
 

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Site Bugs [Not Forum Bugs]

Works for me
 

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"[Not Forum Bugs]"

But the answer is to go to your account general settings and change the
Message Editor Interface to Enhanced Interface.
 

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not sure where to post this, but:

I can't log on using Firefox, but Safari works. If I try it in Firefox, I'll get a message with the following error code: sec_error_ocsp_unknown_cert

Is that something on my end?
 

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not sure where to post this, but:

I can't log on using Firefox, but Safari works. If I try it in Firefox, I'll get a message with the following error code: sec_error_ocsp_unknown_cert

Is that something on my end?

Got the same error, myself.
 
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