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revised Why don't browsers have jQuery installed?
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answered Why don't browsers have jQuery installed?
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comment Warning: session_start(): open(/tmp/sess_b825aec484a83d8c0edb0e08db897ec1, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122)
Do you have a lot of files? You could also be hitting your 'inode' limit. Following up with your hosting provider seems like the best option here.
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revised How do I register a domain name, but keep who I am secret?
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revised Indexing for Google scholar, which tags to use?
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revised Does it matter that our website can't be found without the www?
Use example.com for urls, fix broken link
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answered Safely turning off CloudFlare?
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answered Can you use 'Italic' in wordpress as separate font, not as alteration of 'Regular'?
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revised Building for different screen sizes
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comment Are there any disadvantages to Cloudflare’s “Flexible SSL”?
Thanks for this, Damon. I visited that CloudFlare page before posting my question, but for some reason it only contained the image at the time – not the text below with the warning about Flexible SSL. It does help to clarify things, though – thanks.
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accepted Are there any disadvantages to Cloudflare’s “Flexible SSL”?
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comment Are there any disadvantages to Cloudflare’s “Flexible SSL”?
Thanks, Jeff. My understanding is that Flexible SSL does negate the need for a certificate – you are not obliged to install one on your own server, so I'm not sure the first part of your answer is correct. It seems that Cloudflare are just saying that, for customers who want it, they will be offering a free certificate as an optional extra to enable full end-to-end encryption instead of the Flexible SSL setup where only one half of the journey is encrypted. If you're able to edit your answer to reflect that I'll happily mark it as accepted. If I've misinterpreted, let me know!