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Old 28th June 2020, 22:04   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Edge saying TLF is not secure

Even on Chrome and Firefox it says the connection is not fully secure.

I think it's because some elements (parts) of the page are not defined as https (secure/encrypted) .... generally it's graphics that are referenced (linked to) using an http (non secure) link.

Cannot say for sure because I'm using a tablet and you need a PC/laptop browser to analyse.
Usually I'd click on the top right to get to settings/options and there is one saying 'view source' or something like that (depends on the browser) ... then I'd search the source for an http link.

I know the above is technical so ideally it needs the admin to do it as they have access to fix it.
Mods might be able to locate the problem but I doubt they have access to fix it.
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