|Originally posted by williegoat:|
Thank you! Fixed it.
I am using Chrome on Debian 10.
Nice to know but mostly doesn't matter this time.
https: scam has cause many problems to different servers and/or different browsers on different OS's and sometimes exact versions of each matters when fails to load some to all pages for a given site.
Even exact plugins you have in a browser and how their config breaks many sites.
"Worse," FF and others has more and more "anti tracking" "features" that can break sites too.
Example: Firefox is getting clever The remarkable 'SmartBlock' feature https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE8SrClOTgw
I use FF w/ NoScript and Ublock for many years but breaks many sites so have to have chrome or rerun FF in another profile w/ no plugins to pay some bills. Anti-tracker etc blocks require 3rd party scripts and other things so many web servers can't run Visa and other Card Authorizations, Captcha anti-bot, and so on.