I had acquired a BBAuth app. Even after going through the process of having the site verified, members continued on getting the warning that yahoo cannot verify the website. Somewhere on this forum?, I read about a similar situation, and the advice was to create a new app for OAuth. I did just that, installed the new info and the issue remains....unfortunately I cannot find that specific discussion.
I would appreciate any assistance with this matter. I really dislike having that warning sign for anyone coming to check the site.
These are the keys and info for the BBAuth: • BBAuth URL: http://thabridge.com/members/api.emails.php ID: 9cFEu43IkY3ovGWijGMcTnF551yTd42ilqW1DPCI Shared Secret: 312b84e38a8a8103637a990a2f9aaa35 Scope: BOSS Search Service I must add that a few minutes ago I deleted this application since I had replaced it with the following, which it's the one I'm currently calling through;
I have tested with Chrome, Safari, IE8 and Firefox. Out of these 4 browsers, only when using IE8 and Firefox I get the warning sign of the website not being verified........Chrome and Safari put me through without any warnings.....I am only using AOuth.
What's the relation between these two browsers, IE8 and Firefox, and the warning from Yahoo? It's a mayor concern when I believe these two specific browsers are the most commonly used.....Yesterday a friend ask me about the warning sign, and decided to wait until I had the issue corrected because she simply felt the warning had a purpose. I happen to agree with her, I would have felt the same way. I hope to find the riddle to this.
Thank you for looking into it for me, for your assistance with this matter. I'm grateful. Luis Diaz
Did you mean the following warning when a Yahoo! user signed into your web site with her OpenID:
"Warning: Yahoo! cannot verify this website. We recommend you do not share any personal information with this website."
To get rid of this warning, you need to modify the following file: http://www.thabridge.com/XRDS.php to add your openid.return_to URL in it. For example, you will need to merge the following with your existing XRDS file: