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ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE

ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE The ERR_SSL_VERSION_INTERFERENCE is an SSL related error that usually appears in Google Chrome and Firefox when a site (server) uses TLS1.3. The err_ssl_version_interference error can be solved in a number of ways. Some guides suggest to disable TLS1.3 entirely in your browser, however that isn’t the preferred solution als TLS1.3 offers major security and …

Warnings & Errormessages

Amp javascript warning with Really Simple SSL

If your site uses AMP (accelerated mobile pages) in combination with Really Simple SSL, you might encounter an error regarding javascript in the head of the website. If you see this error, you have the option “javascript redirect to SSL” enabled in settings/ssl. The solution is simple: just deactivate this redirect, and the inline script …

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To change this page upload a new index.html to your private_html folder

If you see this message when you access your site over https: To change this page upload a new index.html to your private_html folder This means there are different folders for http:// and https://, your site is in the http (public_html) and you’re looking at the private_html folder. The site will load fine over http://  …

Networkwide SSL activation fails on IIS server 7

Sometimes networkwide SSL activation can fail on IIS server 7 setups because the request entity is too large. When this happens, you can increase the uploadReadAheadSize value in your applicationHost.config file. The default value is set too low for some websites, increasing the value should resolve this issue. For detailed instructions see http://galhano.com/blog/?p=2135 Share Share Share …

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How to fix the ‘no response from webpage’ warning

Check if the front-end of your website loads Does the front-end of your website load fine? Then this warning is a false positive and can be safely ignored. A false positive can occur on some hosting environments where the hosting provider doesn’t allow the plugin to retrieve the webpage. Does the front-end return a warning …