@logankilpatrick Namecheap is my DNS provider. an update, I received the following email. I have updated my records and will update my question if anything changes. Hi Newton, Thanks for writing in! I took a look at your DNS settings and it appears that your custom domain is set up with an extra A record pointing to 126.96.36.199 https://www.whatsmydns.net/?utm_source=whatsmydns.com&utm_medium=redirect#A/newtonkaranu.me You'll need to remove that extra A record before you'll be able to enable HTTPS for your custom domain. Once you've removed the A record, you'll need to visit your repository's settings page, which will kick off the process of provisioning an HTTPS certificate for your domain name. Once your certificate has been provisioned, you'll then be able to enforce HTTPS by checking the "Enforce HTTPS" checkbox. Bear in mind that it can take up to 72 hours for DNS changes to take full effect, and up to an hour for an HTTPS certificate to be requested, so if you follow these steps but are still having trouble, that's usually why.
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The problem with embedding background music is that the different browsers out there have their own methods of implementing embedded music files. For all versions of Netscape, as well as Internet Explorer ("IE") 3.0 and above, you can use the following code: <embed src="yourmusicfile.mid" autostart="true" loop="true"
</embed> The width and height attribute given above causes the player to be invisible. If you do not want it to be invisible, you can specify your own dimensions to suit your site decor. For Opera and all IE versions, the following code works: <bgsound src="yourmusicfile.mid" loop="infinite"> As you probably have noticed, IE 3.0 and above support both methods, so you cannot simply put both those tags into your web document in the hope of supporting all browsers. It will work on Netscape and early versions of IE, but the newer versions of IE will recognize both tags, leading to problems when IE tries to load the music file twice. The workaround that I've seen on some sites, that seems to work for me, is to enclose the BGSOUND tag inside NOEMBED tags, thus preventing IE from interpreting the second tag. <embed src="yourmusicfile.mid" autostart="true" loop="true"
<bgsound src="yourmusicfile.mid" loop="infinite">
</noembed> This code appears to be compatible with all versions of IE, Netscape, Safari, Chrome, Mozilla and Opera. <audio controls autostart="true">
<source src="horse.ogg" type="audio/ogg">
<source src="horse.mp3" type="audio/mpeg">
Your browser does not support the audio element.
</audio> The text between the <audio> and </audio> tags will only be displayed in browsers that do not support the <audio> element.
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I have built a blog using Jekyll and deployed using GhPages. I then enforced HTTPS in settings. However, there are times where my site refuses and or fails to load saying: This site can’t provide a secure connection http://newtonkaranu.me sent an invalid response.
ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR The link to the repo: https://github.com/newtonkiragu/blog The link to the live site: https://newtonkaranu.me/blog/ What could be the issue? How can I be able to solve it?
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