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Hello everyone.

Before long, I made a change to Https in my Mybb forum.

I noticed that not all pages on https works correctly.

Would I have to make any internal changes in my forum?
please see this guidance => MyBB: https
(08-17-2017, 05:14 PM).m. Wrote: [ -> ]please see this guidance => MyBB: https

I still have the same problem.

The Https works. It does not work on all pages.
(08-17-2017, 06:22 PM)Diamante Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-17-2017, 05:14 PM).m. Wrote: [ -> ]please see this guidance => MyBB: https

I still have the same problem.

The Https works. It does not work on all pages.

You have to look at the individual pages where the problem occurs. Could be images or any other resource loading from http. Posting a link to the site will help.
(08-17-2017, 06:52 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-17-2017, 06:22 PM)Diamante Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-17-2017, 05:14 PM).m. Wrote: [ -> ]please see this guidance => MyBB: https

I still have the same problem.

The Https works. It does not work on all pages.

You have to look at the individual pages where the problem occurs. Could be images or any other resource loading from http. Posting a link to the site will help.

Https (ok): https://legadorealista.com/forum/
Https (fail): https://legadorealista.com/forum/showthr...0#pid38810

One of several random links with problems.
(08-17-2017, 07:11 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: [ -> ]Insecure URL: http://s20.postimg.org/gm6m5buk9/10236_G...gwabpc.png

Found in: https://legadorealista.com/forum/showthr...&pid=38810



https://www.whynopadlock.com/

In that case, I do not have much to do.

If I go hunting image by image, I will spend my whole life in this process.

Appreciate your help.

Like.
You might have to purchase the secure/certificate. Some hosting providers have that feature for free for being a member. If your forum is just starting out it is just additional features that are not required. If you build a good community that has a great reputation. You do not need a label to prove that your forum is safe. Scammers might just purchase https and have the most unsafe site in the world. Once you research and understand https more you might look into it. Good luck! I have attempted this before and failed even with free services offering it, the process is a pain. When I am ready I will do more research evenutally.
(08-17-2017, 08:52 PM)Robbie626 Wrote: [ -> ]If your forum is just starting out it is just additional features that are not required. If you build a good community that has a great reputation. You do not need a label to prove that your forum is safe. Scammers might just purchase https and have the most unsafe site in the world.

Completely wrong, please read up on TLS. It's not and was never supposed to be a measure of reputation. TLS encrypts traffic between the user and the server. It prevents MITM attacks. There's no reason not to use TLS in 2017 and choosing not to use it puts your users and yourself at risk.
(08-17-2017, 07:24 PM)Diamante Wrote: [ -> ]If I go hunting image by image, I will spend my whole life in this process.
You can use DVZ Secure Content to automatically proxy non secure images.

Also, you can use the browser console to find out why your page is insecure. Hit the F12 key and click on the console tab, and it should tell you where. Usually it's images, or css rel. "Console" you tell you the resource that's insecure, and "Sources" will tell you where in the MyBB templates.