As Firefox indicates, I think the issue is images on the page. @Condobloke has an image in his signature in the thread shown by your screenshot, and @wizardfromoz has an image in his signature on this thread now... and both of their images are stored on imgur.com instead of on linux.org. If you browse around the site and find threads without such "offsite images" I think you'll find the Firefox icon to show the page as secure.I am using FF 65.0. It has an icon in the beginning of the address bar that shows this. I have also seen on other Linux sites. I know this site is safe, but am curious as to why FF does not think so.
My highlighting.: A grey lock with an orange triangle indicates that Firefox is not blocking insecure passive content, such as images. By default, Firefox does not block mixed passive content; you will simply see a warning that the page isn't fully secure. Attackers may be able to manipulate parts of the page, for example, by displaying misleading or inappropriate content, but they should not be able to steal your personal data from the site.
Hi Chris, and all. Signatures do not allow an image to be uploaded, but I think I have a work-around for this, if you want to do these steps. I created a new thread which you can use (or feel free to delete) to test it yourself. In a thread post, you can upload an image so that it is stored on linux.org. So you can upload your wizard-typing image in a reply to my new thread, after downloading from imgur.com. Then right-click on your wizard image and choose "View Image." Copy that URL and paste it into the URL input box in the Signature controls. Presto! (No magic needed.)Hi, Stan
I've checked with my boss... they won't let me switch to Aussie time, dammit! But the time is flying by, even though I'm attending to it like boiling water. You should see my spreadsheet countdown calculators! LOL"Ah, retirement.... very soon. " ... 3 months and 18 days, Australian reckoning ... Brian and I will start celebrating, Aussie 26th June and you can play catch up