This update should make things slightly faster.

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Today marks the day when we are sufficiently confident that the transfer from HTTP to HTTPS is complete.

To mark this special occasion, we have begun to remove the plugin that was bridging the gap. So far, we have not seen any mixed source error messages. So hopefully we can gently remove the plugin entirely.

This should have the result of slightly speeding up some parts of the site.

If you spot any strange error messages, please post a link to the page where you found the error to our help and support group’s forum.

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