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Rubric Wrangler
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#1 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 2:52 PM
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MTS has finally joined the modern era and we are now on Tumblr. Check us out! We'll be posting all kinds of goodies, site news, contests, tutorials, and so much more! Follow us to see all the fun. The mayhem. The gifs. So. Many. Gifs.



(Admin PH may be a GIF addict).

And please, spread the word! Reblog us! Love us!

Also don't forget to check out our new rubric system!

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Mad Poster
#2 Old 23rd Nov 2018 at 9:00 PM
Welcome to 2012, everyone

Hypocrisy is only okay if I do it.
( Join my dumb Discord server if you're into the whole procrastination thing. But like, maybe tomorrow. )
Lab Assistant
#3 Old 25th Nov 2018 at 4:38 PM
Now all you need to do is add https to the site so that we can get rid of the "Not secure" warning in the address bar 😄
Alchemist
#4 Old 26th Nov 2018 at 2:16 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by JohanFoppa
Now all you need to do is add https to the site so that we can get rid of the "Not secure" warning in the address bar 😄


Ahh that's why! I thought it was because my Avast expired.

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Sesquipedalian Pisciform
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#5 Old 26th Nov 2018 at 5:58 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by JohanFoppa
Now all you need to do is add https to the site so that we can get rid of the "Not secure" warning in the address bar 😄


Converting a site this size to https is not actually a small task. Don't forget, every link in every post on every page needs to be https as well, that or offload the content to a proxy

Blocking insecure resources
A simple and straightforward way to make forums work properly under HTTPS is blocking all elements pointed to using http:// – simply make sure to Filter non-HTTPS images and Block non-HTTPS avatars etc You can notify your forum’s users that images and videos will be displayed if they provide https:// URLs.

Proxying insecure resources
It’s possible to keep displaying all content securely, regardless of the protocol used with a resource proxy. Instead of pointing browsers to original URLs (that the forum users provide), the content can be served from an own server that first fetches it from the original server and then forwards it to the end user – always over HTTPS.

This will require a resource proxy script, best if running on a server other than the forum’s (you will need a VPS or a dedicated server).

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Test Subject
#6 Old 27th Nov 2018 at 4:27 PM
Yayyyyy
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