Hello, I know that this is an old post (Blame Google & SEO ;)) However is this information still valid?
I am going to reactivate my IPB licence in the next couple of days due to 3.4.7 release and besides the point in february I am going to start hosting my own site at home. (Sick of hosting restrictions)
I am doinga lot on research on this at the moment and for me Nginx seems the way to go.
I will be doing testing next months onwards to get ready for the February switchover so if there is any out of date information in this would be good to know :)
I will be doing things slightly different I will be using Ubuntu 12.04 but still Linux :)
Hello, I had to purchase an ssl certificate for something on my server.
Since my forum is at my main address it is all within.
I installed the certificate and all goes fine but when ever I access my forum it forces https and I get this in the browser.
Not an issue at all to me to be honest.
When logging in I get
The issue comes when I try logging in to ACP. When the acp loads there is loads of white space. I click on "load unsafe script" and everything appears normal but the address bar is still in https and looks like this
I don't really mind about the https only for something else so would it be best to try disable for certain parts?
Since this happened it did raise some thinking as isn't the ACP supposed to be more secure than the actual forum? The pages load fine on my forum.
Thanks in advance
EDIT... Seems it is only chrome that follows https I just tried internet explorer and https was only requested on my pages it was intended
So... this is probably more of a browser issue and this thread can be deleted
The redirect URI in the request: http://phoneunlockserver.com/interface/board/linkgoogle.php did not match a registered redirect URI
I tried editing the link as in post 7 but I cannot see where to put the link :(