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    Hi,
    Just wondering if PV will be taking advantage of the SSL capability that cloudflare is rolling out.
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    Whoooosh.... Thats the sound of everything you just said rushing over the rednecks head !

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    OMG that was funny Shiloh's dad. I'm the same way. I still have the sound of the old dial up in my head.
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    maybe we'd be abe to host pictures directly in the forum? Hmm

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    Hi there, thanks for posting this. PV does not use SSL so this wouldn't apply to us.

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    The good news is PV does respond to SSL, the bad news is all links specify http, so you have to edit the URL on every page and accept 'show insecure content' in order for the page to render properly. I would think PV would be all over this since Google will start penalizing non-SSL sites in search results. Google Online Security Blog: HTTPS as a ranking signal

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