In Firefox it shows the images as served through HTTP, not HTTPS, though of course it results in a security warning for the page as expected. In Chrome, it does appear to be trying to auto-switch to using HTTPS. And your site does not appear to have a proper SSL certificate for that.Cross-Origin Read Blocking (CORB) blocked cross-origin response https://www.bretaigne.fr/roudrac/banners/NED.png with MIME type text/html. See https://www.chromestatus.com/feature/5629709824032768 for more details.
It sounds like you are saying you are unable to use images hosted on other websites within IMG tags? Because you can do that. Yes, including images hosted on personal websites or whatever, not just image hosting sites. But... maybe I still don't understand what you are saying. If so, again, can you provide a concrete example?No, it was related to my first point. I was asking in regards to one of my threads which used that feature extensively but that does't work anymore because the pictures are hosted on my personal website. But I understand if it is due to security and performance issues as you pointed out.
There is still no plan to allow any uploads from users (beyond avatars), for security and server performance reasons.Is there any plan to allow direct upload of pictures from personal domains and websites in the future or is it not allowed for security reasons? I remember being able to post on the old forum pictures already hosted on private websites instead of an image hosting service using the IMG bbcode tags but it doesn't seem to work anymore.
There was a mishap with testing a fix for some download link problems, which ended up taking the forums and main site down in a redirect loop for about 20 minutes.What happened in the last hour? Did you change the server provider recently so you get more downtime problems?
Because you're not a moderator, apparently.Why this thread is still unlocked lol?
I don't personally see the purpose, then, with no real functionality. You hopefully don't need help keeping track of who your friends on the forum are, and if you want to keep an eye on what they post or whatever, you can use the Follow system.I feel like it just encourages people to interact more with each other outside of threads. I mean you don't follow people to chat with them frequently, you follow them to see what they write in public..