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When I have a page as secure and SSL activated, the profile pics shows error in the buttons (messages, notifications, profile, profile pic, exit) used in <div id="Login">.
If I lok at image properties (right bouton in mouse, properties, over image) I see this:
I'm using www.domain.com:8445 as SSL address so it should be:
Does any body knows where can I change it? It seems to be a bug, but I can do something...
Similar problem appears in the Member Directory configured to show the profile pic. Picture it's not showing but address seems correct:
I will report as bugs, but if somebody knows a temporal solution...
Thank's a lot
Ok, this is a workaround to use till the release of the 6.2.2 version.
Using a SSL port different of 443 causes malfunction in avatar pictures in several places.
Hope this helps
OH MY GOD!!!!! THE 6.2.2 IS HERE!!!!!!!! :P - Baifo Designs 8/1/2012
Finally I reported theese two cases as bugs:
After finding this:
Journal pics fail tooo.
This is the address you can see in the image properties. Another time without the SSL port I used in site settings:
If I use the address with the correct port it shows me the image:
So, problem is that the part that calls profilepic.aspx is not sending the correct address I set as SSL in Site Settings page.
If I use in the navigator the second address:
It redirects me to the right address of the image profile, but without SSL:
So problem could be that LinkClick.aspx is not using the SSL address when it generates the URL. It generates just the relative path that is what I can se when I look at the code page in the navigator:
<img alt="Profile Avatar" width="120" height="120" src="/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=oN6LKOgkSVI%3d" />
Any idea about where can I change the profilepic.ashx and LoginClick.aspx code to solve the problem?
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