|So if DoHTML is enabled for posts, does every post containing a http-image have to be edited to https?|
I'm talking about codes that use html, but whose css is externally linked, albeit the image is inserted in the post by html.
I tried to clarify that in this section: https://jcink.com/main/wiki/https-encrypted...-posted_content
but it may have been confusing, sorry.
[img] bbcode tag, or <img> html tag inserted images served via http are OK.
Images inserted via css -- such as the background-image:url() property, will NOT even display over http, while on https.
This also goes for your own board's CSS.
The problem with this of course, is that as time goes, what is acceptable today may not be acceptable tomorrow. And could happen overnight. I realize it's really hard to force members to use https for all of their images as well, especially right now. I'm currently brainstorming ways to make this easier. Possibly automatically checking posted image URLs to see if https is supported on the host they're using, and then automatically replacing their link.
That's a problem though since the image hosts still have to get with the program of updating to https, too. Since we can't do this replacement if it doesn't exist.
ALSO. Externally linked CSS of any kind *must* be served over https, too.