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Eurofurence Information => Questions & Answers => Topic started by: Quincy the Raccoon on 14.06.2013, 09:16:42

Title: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Quincy the Raccoon on 14.06.2013, 09:16:42
Each time when I'm visiting www.eurofurence.org it goes directly to the registration page of EF. After some retyping of the http address, I come to the normal page (the one with the beach, you know)

I wiped my cache but the problem persists...

What am I doing wrong here?
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Cheetah on 14.06.2013, 09:37:07
That's a pretty good question, because it certainly works for me ... tried it both from home and from my workplace.
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Tsanawo on 14.06.2013, 09:56:56
If you go to https://www.eurofurence.org it will link you to the reg page.
Check if you use http or https in front of the address.

Otherwise go here (http://www.eurofurence.org/EF19/index.php). Then try http://www.eurofurence.org again.
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Quincy the Raccoon on 14.06.2013, 15:43:15
If you go to https://www.eurofurence.org it will link you to the reg page.
Check if you use http or https in front of the address.

Otherwise go here (http://www.eurofurence.org/EF19/index.php). Then try http://www.eurofurence.org again.
The https jumps me right to the reg page. If I use www.eurofurence.org it jumps me to the normal con page! (without the http/https)

Thank you!
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: GreekYoshi on 14.06.2013, 20:17:12
If you type the address with "https", it should give you certificate and security problems :/
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Schakaline on 15.06.2013, 00:27:54
Do you have the https-everywhere browser plugin enabled, perchance?

As useful as it may be, it's known to cause weird problems like this.
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Quincy the Raccoon on 15.06.2013, 08:14:29
Do you have the https-everywhere browser plugin enabled, perchance?

As useful as it may be, it's known to cause weird problems like this.
checked and no, don't have the plug in. And GY is right, I have probs with it.
Title: Re: www.eurofurence.org =>> Reg page?!
Post by: Quincy the Raccoon on 12.07.2013, 10:16:30
Somehow the issue has been fixed. I wiped my entire laptop and the problem is suddenly gone. Don't ask me how this is possible...