Here is a short documentation about why you’re probably seeing some broken pages on Arlingtoncardinal.com. We’ve been preparing to change from HTTP to HTTPS for several months. HTTPS is a new standard for secure web browsing. This week brought more of a commitment to change over, and unfortunately, many features on Arlingtoncardinal.com don’t work well, and will have to be discontinued or modified in order to work properly. This will be a difficult process. Occasionally you will likely experience pages that won’t load or parts of pages that don’t appear. You might also see some computer code on a page.
You may also occasionally see the desktop version of the website while using a mobile device.
This will take time to correct.
Wired Magazine and the New York Times documented their changeover starting back in 2014. Wired Magazine called it a snag, while the New York Times called it daunting and a major hurdle. The changeover process for Wired Magazine’s website took over 5 months.
— New York Times
This first week will be the worst, and then things will gradually get better.
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