Thanks Scott,

I've played a bit, and it's making a little more sense to my noggin.  If you use the full link that you sent earlier:

and the click on the "Reference" link, then things go nuts. 

However, if you use either or then things work just fine when you hit the "Reference" link.

I'm not able to quickly find anything to toggle to make the first link work as expected, other than to not hand out that as a link.


On 5/22/20 3:45 PM, Scott McCarty wrote:
   It has to do with CORS and browsers

On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 3:37 PM Tom Sweeney <> wrote:

I'm a bit mystified. is just a dns alias to  If things broke the other way around I might
understand that, but this is just a little loopy in my book, or perhaps
my brain has been bit by visions of a 3 day weekend and it's shutting

An alias just for the docs is doable, but I'd like to see the traffic go
up a bit more for docs before considering that.  Otherwise I fear we'll
have people sending mail to the wrong list frequently.


On 5/22/20 3:22 PM, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> On Fri, 22 May 2020, Scott McCarty wrote:
>> I think you're on the wrong site again :-) It's a relative link.
>> Sadly, I don't control the RTD site, so somebody else will need to
>> remove that DNS name (if it's even possible). The correct site is
>    whoops, quite so, i totally missed that. my bad.
> rday

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