photo menus are http secured/


#1

Just an observation not a complaint, but when I look at the new photos, each page of thumbnails is transferred via htttps as opposed to http. Is that by design?


#2

Is that why I get an annoying message coming up on the photo page “Internet Explorer blocked this website from displaying content with security certificate errors” and how can I get rid of the message?


#3

Is it the page that’s https or the images? Can you paste an example URL and the context of how you got there? Thanks!


#4

Oh if this isn’t a case of “ops check normal”! I just went to try and screenshot it and as I did it was normal unsecured http.

It would occur on the thumbnail page of photos. When I view photos I usually go to the aviation photos link tab on the left, then choose newest photos. From there it takes me to a thumbnail photo page. Initially I received the windows message regarding the info being sent secured. In the url bar it would then show flightaware…etc . Obviously nothing went wrong, but I know that https takes up a little more bandwidth so it’s undesirable to use when not required.
Of course now, when I try to duplicate it, it’s operating without it. If it reoccurs I’ll post here.


#5

Sorry Daniel, I couldn’t get the image to post directly to this post, but I just had it go secured again.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/24413269@N08/5726916515/