I'm a Fresh Blue user too. I have been using it ever since it was introduced as a pub member exclusive theme without the ad banner. It works great except the links in the recent post section on the home page don't work when I am using Safari on my iPad. They work fine from Firefox on my computers. To be clear, this is not a problem caused by the new SSL update. It has been like this for a while now.Edit: Okay, I cleared all my caches and that seems to have restored my Avatar. Should have tried that first. Now I'll try going back to "Fresh Blue". I think I'm the only SatGuy that uses it!
That's the problem in Safari on iPad too. You can see the recent posts area but nothing happens when you click them. This has been going on since before the SSL update in the Fresh Blue theme for me though. The links work fine for me in Firefox on various computers.Clearing the cache did not work. The links still are not active for me in Chrome. This is in the Recent Posts area. I am using the Fresh Blue.
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If you have access to an iPad, I think you will find the same thing happening in iOS Safari. I don't have a Mac so I can't say whether this happens in desktop Safari or not. This has been happening for at least a few months for me. Foxbat mentioned it in this thread a while back but it doesn't look like he mentioned what browser he was having these problems in.I notice in Fresh Blue NOTHING is clickable in the sidebar but only when using the Chrome Browser.
HTTP/2 is supported by ALL full-featured web browsers -- even the ever-miserable Safari supports a good bit of it (assuming you're running OSX 10.11 or later or iOS 9.2 or later). The current Android browser (Chromium v56) and Chrome for Android (v59) offer full HTTP/2 support.For those of you using Google Chrome, http/2 support is now turned on to make things faster... but you pub members who don't see any add already know how fast this site can be.