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Topic # 106979 3-Aug-2012 22:46 Send private message

Does the TC website look a mess to anyone else? I went looking for prices but it looks like a web designer stuffed up.



This is in Chrome, with ad blocking software disabled. IE9 initially looked pretty bad, but it sorted itself out.




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  Reply # 667354 4-Aug-2012 08:36 Send private message

Fine in Opera (which still gives me page hangs all the time - really bad on Geekzone at times).


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  Reply # 667780 5-Aug-2012 13:54 Send private message

Looks fine for me in Chrome

 

 





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  Reply # 667782 5-Aug-2012 14:03 Send private message

It's still borken (sic) for me in Chrome. Works fine in Firefox and IE.




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  Reply # 667804 5-Aug-2012 15:46 Send private message

Tried clearing Chrome's cache and reloading from the server?

Clear Cache: Ctrl - Shift - Delete
Force Refresh: Ctrl F5

Otherwise open the the dev tools (Ctrl Shift J) then reload the page, the network tab and console will show you the http requests and any errors.

I see none




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  Reply # 667825 5-Aug-2012 16:15 Send private message

I just realised I was on https not http, and on .net not .co. So there's an issue with the certificate only being for .co not .net, and Chrome not wanting to load resources from an http URL when the main URL is https

Try this link and see what you get

https://www.telstraclear.net.nz





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  Reply # 667828 5-Aug-2012 16:19 Send private message

timmmay: Try this link and see what you get

https://www.telstraclear.net.nz

Safari redirects me to https://www.telstraclear.co.nz, which looks normal.



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  Reply # 667831 5-Aug-2012 16:21 Send private message

When I go to it now Chrome gives me a warning.

Anyway, I can see it now, but something's a bit screwy though.




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  Reply # 667832 5-Aug-2012 16:22 Send private message

Sorry I should have been clearer; I still get the warning, then it redirects.

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  Reply # 668115 6-Aug-2012 10:09 Send private message

Goto https://www.telstraclear.net.nz, get the warning, it redirects to https://www.telstraclear.co.nz/, and the display was fubar but after a period of time (while Ii was tabbed out cropping the screenshot) it came right.








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  Reply # 668120 6-Aug-2012 10:24 Send private message

Ideally they would fix those links to resources that should be protocol neutral (//: instead of http://) or just relative (/something instead of http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/something) and they should also have ssl cert for .net.nz.

Chrome is just being strict about mixed mode content in https I think.

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