The browsers (Chrome as well) get very upset. They don't do that for http. What you've got here is a web page served as https but with an incorrect certificate, so they don't have a webmaster who knows his job either.This server could not prove that it is ywpfoundation.com; its security certificate is from *.secure-secure.uk. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection.
I am struggling to find a third.3 mistakes in one sentence?
Opera lets me proceed, but having an insecure site ask for donations is a no-no for me. I think the problem is that getting a valid certificate is not easy, and it used to cost money too, don't know if it still does. I have self-certified experimental sites before, but anyone can do that.Well...
The browsers (Chrome as well) get very upset. They don't do that for http. What you've got here is a web page served as https but with an incorrect certificate, so they don't have a webmaster who knows his job either.
Buy making a monthly donation to Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation, you’re helping to conserve and protect the world’s most at risk species’.I am struggling to find a third.
These days it's no problem at all, and free. But it isn't a case of not having a certificate, the problem is that the certificate is for the wrong URL.I think the problem is that getting a valid certificate is not easy
This sort of reminds me of something I may have said here before. A professor (in the days when professor meant something - these days a senior lecturer is a professor) I knew in Electrical Engineering was a stickler for correct usage and used to say (about some type of electric motor) that the field was orientated not oriented (or was it the other way around?) because the latter meant to become a Chinaman. Eventually he realised he was wrong. The number of people who misuse decimate - and I bet I'm one of them.But are you not also decimating decimate by your use of decimate (as am I), unless these instances are 1 in 10?
When Humax re-introducing jump direct to play point on their Youview boxes they did so by by using the number keys to jump in 10% intervals: 1 =10%, 2 = 20% etc. I at first called them tenthtiles but apparently there is already a word for them which is deciles.The number of people who misuse decimate - and I bet I'm one of them.