That's already the reason. If your internet browser is not giving you morer details or unable to list which resources are loaded thru that very site you accessed then consider using other software. It's about content - any, not just pictures. It's about the site that was queried, not all sites of your/any website.
Old one, encountered that at least one year ago already. It is just like any other crawler: searching for specific information. Now it might be funny to you, but if you stick to looking for useragents yet unknown to you it will shift to being boring, then enerving. Countless bots don't identify as bots, including a couple from Google.
I checked in puffin browser, doesn't even show that it's mixed content. But I use firefox mostly and it says "such as images" as a possibility but doesn't list what the mixed content is that's "unsecure."If your internet browser is not giving you morer details or unable to list which resources are loaded thru that very site you accessed then consider using other software.
Does this mean that anyone using IE cannot view my board? That's not good. I went into the advanced settings and TLS options they mentioned are all checked. Does this mean that it's using RC4(I don't actually understand any of this stuff really)? And if so... what do I do about it?This page can’t be displayed
Turn on TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, and TLS 1.2 in Advanced settings and try connecting to https://www.byfellowship.com again. If this error persists, it is possible that this site uses an unsupported protocol or cipher suite such as RC4 (link for the details), which is not considered secure. Please contact your site administrator.
I rarely ever use it personally but, lots of people in the world use all sorts of old browsers they shouldn't. And older safari versions aren't working according to the test. I wouldn't mind seeing IE go away myself but, if anyone out there is using it, tries to visit my site... if that's the browser they're using, I can't think of someone saying "I better find a new browser JUST for this website..."
So, it sounds like anyone using IE from windows 7 through 8.1, and maybe certain safari versions, just can't visit my site? So I'm out of luck unless I do what he said about cloudflare?As it stands Internet Explorer 11 will work on Windows 10. IE11 on Windows 8.1, 8.0, 7, Vista, and XP are not supported because that browser combination does not support modern and secure SSL ciphers. FireFox, Chrome, and most other third party browsers will continue working on everything but XP as they support modern SSL Security.
IE11 on those operating systems were supported until a couple of months ago at which point the ciphers used by IE11 on those operating systems was found to be weak and easily broken.
Unfortunately if the operating system / browser does not support the secure ciphers it will not load. You can put your site behind CloudFlare and configure it on their end to support TLS 1.0 and 1.2.
That may be true but be aware that phpBB does not support many old browsers
The solution is easy: also serve HTTP, not just HTTPS - then your page will display fine. That's one of the major misunderstandings of the masses: they force everyone to go to HTTPS when not everybody is able to consume HTTPS. Your signature also links to HTTP, not HTTPS to begin with.
Which site are we talking about specifically? Neither your index (https://byfellowship.com/) nor your board index (https://byfellowship.com/forums/index.php) have any non-HTTPS content. I have disabled loading Google Analytics/Syndication, Oneall, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, tho, and because of all these trackers I'm not eager to visit any of your sites again.
any thoughts on the cloudflare option? I don't really even know what it is but it's in Cpanel so I can't imagine it's difficult...(ha)not sure what you can do other than what they suggest or change hosts.
Always pros and cons and, decisions, and, ugh. HA. This has me wondering though... I switched to https because of all the news about it, many people wont create accounts on sites that don't seem secure to them. My mom works somewhere, not that she'd be looking at my site from there, where she actually can't even visit a site that doesn't use https...The solution is easy: also serve HTTP, not just HTTPS
Odd... when I'm on firefox it shows mixed content.Neither your index nor your board index have any non-HTTPS content.
Could the mixed content be coming from one of them? I'd think all of those would be using https. Perhaps I'll start by looking at the images used by the oneall and the shareon extensions.I have disabled loading Google Analytics/Syndication, Oneall, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, tho
well now that gives me more thoughts that I'm not sure about.and because of all these trackers I'm not eager to visit any of your sites again.
So leaving out http or https directs to http?Your signature also links to HTTP
You chose to include third party resources (with questionable reasons: why using the Google tracker when it's not essential?), I choose to not take websites serious which can't break it down to serve resources themselves. Every time a user requests your website it will also request those resources, with a referer to your website, hence being tracked. Apart from cookies and JS.
LOTS are wrong and act inconsistent. Yes, I don't avoid every website with trackers, but my respect to each such website goes down. phpbb.com as well as every phpBB installation since 3.2 also uses third party resources, and I don't like it at all.
My whole point is: you're inconsistent. The website in your profile still uses HTTP, your signature now uses HTTPS... I think you're one of many who just use something without having understood it throughly, thus not doing it at 100%. Redirecting every HTTP request to HTTPS is not the best practice, as you now learnt. People not being able to type in a website address themselves, thus trying both HTTP and HTTPS, are just people I would not care about - if they want to treat the internet like a TV then I won't be able to change them anyway. That's also the reason why I serve both: HTTP and HTTPS, because everybody should be able to choose for himself, instead of being forced. Because nobody should be penalized for actually knowing what he's doing.