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Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:21 am

Hi,
I have used WYSIWYG Web Builder in many years. To day I saw a strange problem using Google Chrome on a website I have made. It looks total different if I use http or https connection. I hope You can give mee an answer why, because there is no problems when using eg. firefox.

I have a flexboks on the page with this setup: http://poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dk/ScreenShot108.jpg

The page is https://poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dk and http://poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dk

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:41 am

First note that this nothing to do with WYSIWYG Web Builder.
If there is a difference then it's usually a server related issue.

However when I view the URLs in Chrome, they look the same to me.
So, maybe it's related to the cache of the browser?

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by crispy68 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 6:50 pm

look the same for me too.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:28 am

I am deleting the history and cookies every time before I load the page - so that is not the problem.

Is there a way to compare two projects?

I have another website at https://amjohansen.dk

There are no problems at this page, - looking for a smarts way to compare theese two sites to find the reason why google chrome are making wrong when using https at poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dk and not at https://amjohansen.dk

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:53 am

The problem is not related to the project, it is unrelated to the application.
This is most likely a server configuration issue. Although I do not see the problem myself.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:46 am

I never said that the problem is in webbuilder, but I asked: Is there a way to compare two projects?

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:00 am

I'm sorry there is no way to compare two projects.
But I do not think that will be helpful because the problem is not related to the project.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:24 am

The problem was breakpoints!

I have a site without breakpoints - https://ullaellyton.artsydfyn.dk/ - no problems if You use http or https and Google Chrome.

But if I only have breakpoints 320, 480 and 768 then there is problems with Google Chrome if You are using a screen 1920 x 1080

After setting up a breakpoint 1920, then there was no more problems !!!!

Is it a problem related to the project or to Google Chrome ?

I can't bear to discuss it - it has never been my goal. I just wanted help finding a solution to my problem.

I hope others can benefit from my discovery.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:05 am

I really do not think this is directly related to breakpoints. But it may be related to file names.

For example, the name of the image

Code: Select all

Screen Shot 02-16-15 at 2002.47 PM.JPG
is not valid. This may confuse the browser.

See this related FAQ:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=131

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:25 pm

I am not sure You are right.

The picture You are talking about is on a site with no problems

I was talking about 3 webpage, with 2 pictures on each.

amjohansen.dk has a picture named obj3geo3p499.jpg and obj4geo4p499.jpg (problems - I think missing breakpoint 1920)

poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dh has a picture named obj3geo3pg1p499.jpg and obj7geo7pg1p499.jpg (problems - I think missing breakpoint 1920)

ullaellyton.artsydfyn.dk has a picture named header.jpg and Screen Shot 02-16-15 at 02.47 PM.JPG (But no problems on this site - not at all - and none breakpoints ! ).

I have used Your software since Wysiwyg 10. I have the manual printed, I like it, but I still find the program
overwhelming and with a steep learning curve. - Ex. worked with a header that would not fil out the screen horisontally. After long time I found out that the Site properties had an "align to left" and not "do not center this page".

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by BaconFries » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:38 pm

This is what I see using http and https. The first image is http and the second is https and looking at both the are the same.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by BaconFries » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:53 pm

Update if I go directly to Google and paste the following poulrasmussen.artsydfyn.dk this is what I see.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 4:13 pm

I did not make up these naming conventions. A browser (or web server) may see a white space as the end of the filename.
In many cases the browser will ignore the mistake, but sometimes it may screw up the whole layout.
This has nothing to do with the application, that is just how HTML works.
So, please makes sure all your images names are valid.
This is also true for other names, like IDs, styles etc.

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by perl » Thu May 02, 2019 9:05 am

Hi BaconFries

I wonder if You could explain the resason why http://amjohansen.dk look different from https://amjohansen.dk in Google Chrome

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Re: Strange behavior when using https:

Post by Pablo » Thu May 02, 2019 1:24 pm

For me, both URLs display the exact same page in Chrome.

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