Access problems with https://

I’ve had a couple of reports of people unable read the posts by clicking on the front page links. At least some of this is due to the blog only being set up to work with HTTP.  If  you try and access pages through HTTPS, you’ll run into problems. The way to fix this seems to be to switch all links over to HTTPS.  I’ll do that in the next few weeks (unfortunately, it’s not totally straightforward), but in the meantime, if you can’t access a page, try accessing it via http:// instead of https://.

3 thoughts on “Access problems with https://

  1. The https:// problem persists :/

    This message is reported by Firefox:
    “Your connection is not secure

    The owner of nic.ucsf.edu has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.

    Learn more…”

    • As I’m leaving UCSF at the end of the week, I won’t have time to look into this. I recommend connecting via http as there is no sensitive data here anyway.

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