Update to https

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    Dan Packard
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    I updated this site to serve pages with the https secure format. That means for example, if you’re surfing the internet at a public hotspot, like Starbucks, someone cannot read the traffic you’re receiving and sending to this site. For example, when you enter your password.

    The downside of this change is that on older computers running Windows XP specifically, with the Chrome web browser — Windows outdated security settings generate a false security error and won’t allow this site to load.

    The solution there is to use the Mozilla Firefox browser which still updates its security settings in the Windows XP operating environment.

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