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  1. philiporchard United Kingdom

    philiporchard Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Hi,

    We've belatedly moved our sites to SSL, and look fine in FF but not Chrome.

    https://www.cardiff.co.uk/

    Any ideas anyone?

    (and yes, I know they are dated - they haven't been touched for years and years, and years....)
     
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  3. Trauiner United Kingdom

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    Looks perfectly fine on my end, using the latest version of Chrome?
     
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    philiporchard Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    I'm on Mac. Should that make a difference?
     
  5. Trauiner United Kingdom

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    I've just looked on my Mac also using the latest version of Chrome and not seeing any issues there either. Maybe you have an older version of Chrome or it's a cookie/cache issue?

    What issue do you see on the site directly?
     
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    Looks fine here on PC and Mac.
     
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    Thanks for this info.

    I cleared all cache, quite Chrome and restarted and I'm seeing this:

    Odd, as all seems to be fine in FF.

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  10. stevelook2 United Kingdom

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    If you are using Virgin Media the local cache can sometimes be a problem but does eventually update.
    I am on Virgin in Ayrshire and the site loads without any certificate issues on chrome.
    Try and connect via mobile connection to see if there is a difference.

    Have you tried a forced refresh in chrome? hold CTRL & click refresh
     
  11. philiporchard United Kingdom

    philiporchard Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Ah yes, I am on Virgin Medai.
    FIngers crossed it sorts itself out then.

    Thanks.
     
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    Flush your DNS. Problems with SSL almost always come down to DNS, which either resolves on its own in the end or needs a gentle push.
     
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    I'm in Cardiff and it looks good to me.
     
  14. martin-s United Kingdom

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    I vaguely remember having a problem similar to this and it was about missing a couple of server certificates in the authentication hierarchy. Talk to your SSL provider?