Linked Questions

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How is the roll-out of HTTPS images going?

Today I noticed (over on Crypto.SE, reproduced here on MSE) that when I upload pictures, the imgur links that are automatically inserted into the post now use https://i.stack.imgur.com/ instead of ...
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Allow and/or automatically construct relative and anchor links

(scroll to the last section for the proposed change summary) Rationale: When linking to the same site, there's no real need to insert the site's name The unnecessary part takes up (limited) message ...
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Why do stack.imgur images break https? [duplicate]

I find this a bit weird. Suppose I try to load StackOverflow over https: I get a nice green padlock of feel-good browser feeling that my web browsing is secure. However, if I start to navigate the ...
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Mixed content warning - Shouldn't HTTPS Everywhere ruleset work? (EDIT) [duplicate]

Recently I've noticed that whenever I open a question that has imgur.com-linked images, I get a mixed content warning (and, indeed, imgur links have http: prefix), which is strange since I use HTTPS ...
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Making a better image uploader

For those who don't know me, I'm a product designer here at Stack Overflow. Currently I'm working on a project called Teams (for more information about Teams and other projects, read Tim's post on ...
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Could image links on uploads to i.stack.imgur.com use HTTPS instead of HTTP? [duplicate]

The StackExchange network has seen some improvements on HTTPS in the last few years, and adding an image is now as simple as it gets. However, if I upload an image to imgur, the resulting link will ...
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Load profile avatars in chat using protocol relative URLs [duplicate]

I get a Mixed Content warning for all chat rooms due to users' profile pictures being loaded exclusively over http. Can we change the profile pictures to be loaded with a protocol relative URL?
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Updating all links to user avatars to use HTTPS [duplicate]

I've recently been firing pull requests at Stack Exchange's new blog on github fixing mixed content warnings, and found that HTTPS is pretty well supported on i.stack.imgur.com, which is where user-...
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imgur profile pictures loading over http on https pages [duplicate]

I noticed on this page all of the gravatars are loaded from imgur using http instead of https, is there a reason for this or is it a bug?
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Insecure connection to chat.<SE site name>.com pages

Firefox says connection to chat.stackoverflow.com and chat.superuser.com is not secure. The pages look somewhat different from the main chat.SE site too. I don't know what other SE sites are out ...
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Generated code does not respect correct protocol (eg. HTTPS) [duplicate]

Browsing StackOverflow, I've found out, that not all resources are loaded over HTTPS (if using that protocol) Looking into code, I've found out, it's related to Imgur addresses: view-source:https:/...
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All internal links on Stack Exchange sites should be protocol-relative

In preparation for the eventual deployment of full HTTPS support on Stack Exchange, and also to make the currently available "alpha" HTTPS support more usable, all links from Stack Exchange sites to ...
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Better HTTPS support for Stack Exchange sites [duplicate]

So it looks like Stack Exchange now supports HTTPS (to some extent). Which is awesome! But there are a few problems, the main one being that some content is delivered over the CDN, which is plain HTTP....