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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Quote Originally Posted by letsgofishing View Post
    I've been using 1200px and 600px for about a year now - no problems so far....
    Would you mind sharing a link of your site ?
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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Quote Originally Posted by behzad View Post
    Would you mind sharing a link of your site ?
    I've been reading stats on user devices - for the site below 82% of visitors use "hi res" smartphones and tablets.

    Did this one at 1280 and 800
    http://www.34south.biz

    Here's one of mine done about 6 months ago
    http://www.turnedwoodenbowls.co.za

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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    LGF om visiting your site 34south.biz i get the following:
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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    LGF om visiting your site 34south.biz i get the following:
    Really weird Egg! Never ever seen that before or been reported from anyone.
    So your browser guard doesn't like the .biz???

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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    I've no idea LGF. Perhaps other members can report on their experience visiting this site?
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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Egg is using Malwarebytes and it's throwing a hissy because the 34south site doesn't have an SSL certificate. It isn't the .biz domain, it's the lack of SSL.

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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris M View Post
    Egg is using Malwarebytes and it's throwing a hissy because the 34south site doesn't have an SSL certificate. It isn't the .biz domain, it's the lack of SSL.
    OK - thanks for that Chris - will get their webmaster to get one.

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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    I don't think that's the case Chris. I visit many non ssl sites without issue. As an example LGF's second link http://www.turnedwoodenbowls.co.za is also a non ssl which loads no issue.
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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Looked a bit further and I found:

    TLD

    Is short for Top Level Domain. This is the right hand part of a domain name. Examples are .com, .gov, and . info. In the hierarchical structure of the DNS system these are at the highest level, hence the name. A complete list of valid TLDs can be found at the ICANN.org site.

    However .biz is on this list so I don't know why Malwarebytes is kicking up.

    BIZ domains are used for the business and computers category. Many registrants are business leaders of small companies with 59% being President, CEO, or Owner. Sample . biz websites include: www.mqm.biz, www.billboard.biz, www.badtothebone.biz, www.cmic.biz, and others!
    Malwarebytes blocks all of the above domains as well. Go figure? Can anyone else using Malwarebytes confirm this?
    Last edited by Egg Bramhill; 21 October 2020 at 11:50 AM.
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    Default Re: 2020 Screen Resolution - desktop vs tablet vs phone

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    I don't think that's the case Chris. I visit many non ssl sites without issue. As an example LGF's second link http://www.turnedwoodenbowls.co.za is also a non ssl which loads no issue.
    You're right. I simply added the https:// to both sites and the 34south still returned a 'Not Secure' whereas turnedwoodenbowls didn't. I put 2+2 together and came up with something that was obviously not 4.

 

 

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