On Friday, 24 September 2021 at 17:12:06 UTC+2, jonas.t...@gmail.com
> fredag 24 september 2021 kl. 16:59:53 UTC+2 skrev ju...@diegidio.name
> > On Friday, 24 September 2021 at 16:14:22 UTC+2, jonas.t...@gmail.com
> > > fredag 24 september 2021 kl. 16:12:08 UTC+2 skrev Jonas Thörnvall:
> > > > I run a script doing midi on my Windows 10 IIS server, without complaint.
> > > >
> > > > But i use 000 webhost for pusblishing and get "Unsafe site" and have to make an exclusiion for page to load?
> > > >
> > > > Is this due to my script or due to them setting some weird cookie, so that it can't be reached?
> > > >
> > > > I tried both Chrome, Opera and Edge, they all complain about the same thing "unsafe site".
> > > Anyone with an investigating mind that dare try?
> > >
> > > http://jtmidi.000webhostapp.com/
> > The problem I think has rather to do with the page being under http and not https. But I am not sure: my Edge rather says "Not secure" near the location bar, and the page still opens, i.e. I do not have to add any exceptions...
> No i don't think midi is loaded, if you look in settings it is blocked "and can't be changed". until you manually add site as an exception. to allow unsafe site.
> So i don't think you have the midi functionality although the page "seems to load".
On the contrary, I even have MIDI authorised for that page, and if you haven't yet, the browser should rather ask you what to do: unless you have changed your browser's settings.
So, either we are on a different browser version (mine is up to date), or I have no clue what Universe you are even writing from: I mean, not even the message is really the same...
Anyway, that's all I see.