On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 2:23 AM, emarkay <email@example.com> wrote:
OK, it's a Firefox and CA Cert issue, and the best answer seems to be:
Well, the certificate used currently is not from CA Cert
However the workaround: "(you can also use regular http if you don't want to
trust an untrusted
certificate :-)) " still gives the aforementioned warning error.
Yes, because now ssl is enforced for working on the cms part of the
site. No regular visitor has to use https though.
Either remove the "https", get a "real" certificate, post a workaround, or
at least have a "We know ... ignore ... you are safe..." pre-page, or
It is a real certificate.
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