Just a domain change folks. It may surprise you but that still required quite a bit of work in the background.
Regarding that photo book - we have a trademark on the name now. ;-)
I just registered the new site at google. They are also managing the domain transition in their search results which is sort of neat there.
Don't forget to tell DPReview the change, as they posted some times "less xy tested by PZ". It may surprise you that you two guys still have a reputation ^_^
10-08-2017, 12:38 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-08-2017, 12:43 PM by Brightcolours.)
Notifications seems broken now. I see a red 1, but when I click on the icon the list is just filled with a rotating waiting symbol.
Any reason not to use https (instead of http) at least for the login dialogue?
10-08-2017, 04:09 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-08-2017, 04:10 PM by Brightcolours.)
To be fair... there is really no real reason for https. A hyped up fake sense of security. From nothing.
Actually I was about to change to https but ran an into an issue with a connected backend service that supported http only (https means https everywhere on a webpage). Will work on this.
Quote:Actually I was about to change to https but ran an into an issue with a connected backend service that supported http only (https means https everywhere on a webpage). Will work on this.
There is an option in the forum software to change to https just for the login. That is really the only part that is important from an https-POV. Some browsers will still complain, but at least it makes it safer to log in.
HTH, kind regards, Wim
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