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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005723||Simple:Press||editing||public||2017-01-19 17:10||2017-12-21 01:07|
|Reporter||Yellow Swordfish||Assigned To|
|Priority||normal||Severity||N/A||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Future Release||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0005723: We should stop saving the request scheme with uploaded images|
|Description||We save the http with uploaded images when they are used in posts. We should stop this as many users switch to https which then gives them warnings about mixed content|
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btw, think all we need to do here is use protocol relative urls... that is store the image as //domain.com
that will then get loaded with the protocol of the current page...
confused... what images are we talking about here??
for uploaded images, ie via plupload, we already do not store the protocol... for example, on support site, they all show up fine as https - and nothing was changed for them...
do we mean smileys here? or are we talking custom icons? other?
|actually, this may not be true... we store all the data with relative urls... but seems the post content is still getting a protocol...|
reading the net, seems to be controversy over protocol relative urls... seems more and more folks hate, pluse cause performance issues in http/2 (force downgrade)...
think if we really want to do this, best place to do is in the editors... where we insert smiley, insert attachement, insert media and insert file... strip out the http or https part of the url...
but I am hesitant... very simple mysql search and replace to fix up - could even provide tool or toolbox button...
|2017-01-19 17:10||Yellow Swordfish||New Issue|
|2017-03-20 00:38||Mr Papa||Product Version||5.7.4 => 5.7.3|
|2017-04-21 14:59||Mr Papa||Note Added: 0019422|
|2017-04-21 21:19||Mr Papa||Note Added: 0019427|
|2017-04-21 23:13||Mr Papa||Note Added: 0019428|
|2017-04-21 23:27||Mr Papa||Note Added: 0019429|
|2017-07-11 01:58||Mr Papa||Target Version||6.0 => 5.8|
|2017-12-21 01:07||Mr Papa||Target Version||5.8 => Future Release|