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epikurieu:
Hi, I have the same problem of images not showing on my forum after installing an SSL certificate.
I read quite extensively all threads on the subject and tried all solutions and patches that were submitted, but none of them worked.
So I switched back to the file included in 2.0.15 upgrade pack, and disabled image proxy until I find a solution.

The forum is here : https://www.neuronesconnection.fr/

Here is an example of an url that is called when the image proxy is enabled : https://www.neuronesconnection.fr/proxy.php?request=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.neuronesconnection.fr%2Fimages%2Fjeux%2Fcine%2F060.jpg&hash=30312a1598c442c739750f80b1d43464
It seems to be an encoding issue, am I wrong ?

tinoest:
Encoding is fine, I think its more likely it's requesting it against your own site.

You need to change your own site to be https, not just the forum.

The url you posted was; https://www.neuronesconnection.fr/images/jeux/cine/060.jpg I believe.

epikurieu:
What do you mean by "requesting it against my own site" ? (Sorry, I'm French.)

There's nothing else on my (shared) hosting, the forum is at the root.

What I see now is that there's no "S" after the "http" in the request : is that part of the problem ?

epikurieu:
By the way, the problem occurs with images posted before the transition (with an uploading tool, directly on the server), or images that are/will be hosted elsewhere by the users, on non-https sites.

So with the url you give it's fine, but it's not that one that was used on the original post. (I hope what I'm saying makes sense to you.)

tinoest:

--- Quote from: epikurieu on February 23, 2018, 10:36:56 AM ---By the way, the problem occurs with images posted before the transition (with an uploading tool, directly on the server), or images that are/will be hosted elsewhere by the users, on non-https sites.

So with the url you give it's fine, but it's not that one that was used on the original post. (I hope what I'm saying makes sense to you.)

--- End quote ---

I mean that the link you tried to proxy was to the same url as your website. Which then redirected you to the https version.

I would try and update all those links to https. I'm not sure if SMF has a way to up date existing posts to https from http mind.

The ones on other sites should be fixed by the changing the code as mentioned here https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=553914.msg3926081#msg3926081

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