On Mon, March 4, 2013 21:07, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Goran Rakic wrote on 2013-03-04 19:15:
There is still an embarrassing issue if you click the "Discover It"
link in the footer, the CSS/JS is not loading on the page.
hm, it doesn't seem to work - in this case, the upper image looks like
Sorry, I sent you a link to a wrong message. :(
The problem is that the "Discover It" page is broken when the site is
accessed over HTTPS like this https://www.libreoffice.org/home/Discover
Browser denies loading CSS over insecure protocol and in dicover-it.html
there are absolute links to CSS files starting with "http://" that will
not be loaded.
I do not see the source so I do not know if the SilverStripe is rewriting
links or if the absolute links are edited in the source on deployment.
A possible solution would be to use protocol-relative links, like
"//www.libreoffice.org/mysite/css/style.css" and/or to fix link rewriting
done by CMS if any.
This will fix the page layout when accessed over HTTPS.
There is another issue at the bottom of the page source where some
rewriting so relative urls are broken.
minor issue but still should be easy to fix, using protocol-relative
absolute urls just like with CSS files above.
like so for other files next to it.
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