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They both work fine for me. I take this as a good thing. Especially since I have really no idea what the difference would mean.
Exactly my thoughts. Both sites are working fine for me.
Basically, ifhttps://elliquiy.comWorks for you, then all would be well. If it doesn't, (but http://elliquiy.com works) then let me know here, please.
Could you add securecookie to that and check to make sure it works, please?Code: [Select]<ruleset name="Elliquiy"> <target host="www.elliquiy.com" /> <target host="elliquiy.com" /> <rule from="^http://(www\.)?elliquiy\.com/" to="https://elliquiy.com/"/> <securecookie host="^(\.)?elliquiy\.com$" name="(ElliSMFCookie11|PHPSESSID)" /></ruleset>
<ruleset name="Elliquiy"> <target host="www.elliquiy.com" /> <target host="elliquiy.com" /> <rule from="^http://(www\.)?elliquiy\.com/" to="https://elliquiy.com/"/> <securecookie host="^(\.)?elliquiy\.com$" name="(ElliSMFCookie11|PHPSESSID)" /></ruleset>
Basically, ifhttps://elliquiy.comWorks for you, then all would be well.
I've had an HTTPSEverywhere rule forcing https access site-wide ever since I joined E, and it works fine except for uploading files to the wiki. I have to turn it off and use http to get that to work.
Then, in Firefox, go to Help->Troubleshooting Information and under the Application Basics section, click on Open Containing Folder. There a window will appear and you should copy the Elliquiy.xml file inside the HTTPSEverywhereUserRules folder. Then restart your browser. These instructions of course are specific for Windows. Not sure how it's done on OS X or any other OS but it boils down to putting the ruleset in the folder where user rules are stored, and restarting the browser (or alternatively disabling and re-enabling HTTPS Everywhere).
I have Firefox 23.0.1 and I don't have a "Open Containing Folder" in the "Application Basics" section.I do have a "Profile Folder" button but when selecting that it opens Firefox's profiles folder.Am I in the right place?
Ye, you are in the right place.
Whoa wait! I can get on E through my Xbox and PS3?
Both have web browsers on them. Granted, the 360 is using IE. I've not done so in a long, long time, but I'm game for giving it a whirl in case it can be done. Then I'll just need to get a wireless keyboard and mouse that can stand up to the occasional defiant Kaylee cat deciding to walk across my lap...
There isn't a "HTTPSEverywhereUserRules" folder either.This is what I'm seeing after opening the "Profile Folder" button:
Ah I can even plug a wireless keyboard into the USB? I am just wondering in case a PC ever fails - and I need my fix.
Do you have the HTTPS Everywhere addon installed?This Firefox add-on can be downloaded and installed from here: ( It does not appear to be available directly from Mozilla's add-on page )https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere
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