I didn't even notice it was not encrypted, I thought it was HTTPS all along >_>
Anyway, personally I have no problem.
-G. Ungaretti, Mattino
Having spent the last couple of days reading up on web site security, my jimmies are just rustling over the overhead that https adds. I don't really care for https outside of login pages, I've got to admit.
some knob who's just here, trying to get by, get productive, and achieve universal content.
Run off to the My Little Game Dev chat! Bounce some ideas around, or just have a friendly chat! I might even be found there.
Good company all around!
Ironically, I was trying to find an secure cert for the site. I might add that to the site when I have the time.
Thanks for providing Let's Encrypt >u<
Status: Calming down and slowing down. Been busy almost 24/7.
"Reach your dreams to your highest potential!"
~John Jerome "Wishdream" Romero~
I don't see how HTTPS would make a forum more "attractive" and feeling safer is total BS unless you are safer. I'm not sure what there is to be safe from in any case. Also, 'noticeable overhead' is kind of dependent on what a given individual would notice. I could be wrong but the impact of that overhead would increase with an increased number of simultaneous users. I'm not against HTTPS, but I don't think it's strictly a necessity for a small fandom forum that's pretty darn quiet most of the time.