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ECL HTTP URL's


The ECL does not allow a URL to start with HTTPS. This inability creates a potential "not secure" message in many of the modern browsers.

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Re: ECL HTTP URL's


Hi Rick,

I know what you mean by ECL, but most people won't, so I'll explain.

The section Rick is referring to is accessed via a button that says:

Edit Layout/Colors of your board

If you want to make an acronym out of this wording, it would be more accurate to say, "ELC". I just happen to know what Rick is talking about, because he has always called it ECL.

With that out of the way, Runboard was created in 2003, when it was still considered acceptable to add images for layout in HTML, rather than CSS. I have been telling everyone at Runboard ever since I joined in 2005 that people should be doing all of their styling in CSS, anyway.

That said, I thought it needs to be possible for people to start their URLs with // and omit the http(s) completely, like we can do in posts.

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I still use the form to match my CSS styling choices on skins and sometimes to take advantage of Runboard's "Community Logo" settings. I do the first to make the "theme preview" accurate should Thor decide to add a skin to the theme choices. Image graphics I tend to ignore unless I am working on an existing theme coding update.

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