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Feb
28
comment Why doesn't Firefox cache my images and CSS
This answer is outdated. The current versions of Firefox, Chrome and IE11 all cache resources with a query string, at least when served with a "Cache-Control: max-age=12345" header.
Feb
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awarded  Critic
Oct
23
awarded  Excavator
Oct
23
awarded  Editor
Oct
23
revised “Pay what you want” system
this is not an email
Oct
23
suggested suggested edit on “Pay what you want” system
Sep
16
comment Do all US providers refuse issuing a separate IPv4 address for a separate website?
Well... that's the thing, I can't buy extra IPs. They won't sell me one.
Sep
16
asked Do all US providers refuse issuing a separate IPv4 address for a separate website?
Sep
16
comment What's the deal with all these popular website having poor usability
Sorry, but I think you are the one who misunderstands usability. Editing Wikipedia has good usability? What has the world come to... That's one of the least usable editing experiences I have ever seen in my life.
Sep
9
asked AdSense blocking by category: the numbers don't add up?
Mar
12
awarded  Student
Mar
12
comment Are browsers supposed to automatically retrieve intermediate SSL certificates and do they?
@Mike I see, so there's nothing that can be done to distinguish a misconfigured website from a compromised one. That sucks :/
Mar
12
awarded  Scholar
Mar
12
accepted Are browsers supposed to automatically retrieve intermediate SSL certificates and do they?
Mar
12
awarded  Supporter
Mar
12
comment Are browsers supposed to automatically retrieve intermediate SSL certificates and do they?
tinyurl.com/6l34o5d is a check for the website in question - which suggests the website does everything fine. tinyurl.com/6jkvh78 is a thread where others seem to have the same issue - the website sends it but FF doesn't import it.
Mar
12
comment Are browsers supposed to automatically retrieve intermediate SSL certificates and do they?
@Mike thanks, would it be reasonable for me to request (via Bugzilla) that Firefox says something like "intermediate certificate not supplied" instead of just "untrusted issuer" for the case where the website didn't send it?
Mar
12
asked Are browsers supposed to automatically retrieve intermediate SSL certificates and do they?