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problem rendering XDA portal in chrome on desktop ~solved~

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Da-Don

Senior Member
Aug 1, 2010
58
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hi all...

for some reason i cant seem to get the XDA portal to render the right way in chrome unless i am in an incognito window
any1 knows why?

it always loads up as plain text (see attachment)



any ideas on how to fix this would be very much appreciated
 
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Da-Don

Senior Member
Aug 1, 2010
58
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Try to refresh the page. If that doesn't work, clear your cache and cookies.

10x for the reply but i've tried that already and it didnt work



I did find the solution though... it was the uncertified scripts that chrome says the site uses...
chrome gives you a shield icon on the right side of the address bar, i clicked it and chose to "load unsafe script" and it worked.
 

D™

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Now here is my problem. I have cleared the caches and history as well. But at first time, it shows like I have entered wrong Id & password & simultaneously, I am logged in to XDA. For brief info, please look into the Attachment.
 

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bitpushr

XDA:Administrator
10x for the reply but i've tried that already and it didnt work



I did find the solution though... it was the uncertified scripts that chrome says the site uses...
chrome gives you a shield icon on the right side of the address bar, i clicked it and chose to "load unsafe script" and it worked.

From that screenshot I see you are trying to visit https://www.xda-developers.com; it should be http://www.xda-developers.com (non-ssl http). The CSS script on our CDN doesn't have a certificate which is why you received that error.

Now here is my problem. I have cleared the caches and history as well. But at first time, it shows like I have entered wrong Id & password & simultaneously, I am logged in to XDA. For brief info, please look into the Attachment.

That seems strange. Does it give you that error on other pages of the site?