moscowhite wrote:It's more a case of something not changing, that should. It's just that the forum doesn't have one of the certificates that lets you use 'https://' instead of 'http://', so that you can be 'confident' when entering personal information that you've got the right, secure website.
This would be a simple matter of going into the hosting backend and flicking a switch, if only any of us had a login for said hosting backend. (Tracking that down is on my to-do list.)
RefugiaFelton wrote:Nothing, just became weary of seeing spammer in the last put up with the aid of field. Will exhort mods. It might be that you simply ought to demand the authorization trade to make this work.
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