Hi Russell,
Thanks for your take too. I have to do that again, because I did not even notice the back to old account option, which is why I am telling them to place a reference, under the main your account option on their home page which is here.
www.torontopubliclibrary.ca
Karen



On Wed, 11 Apr 2018, russellb...@gmail.com wrote:

        Quoth Kyle Bachan: 'For reference, the website I am trying to access 
via Lynx is
https://account.torontopubliclibrary.ca/'
        I get:

                                                                                
                                                  Account : Toronto Public 
Library
       REFRESH(14400 sec): [1]https://account.torontopubliclibrary.ca/

       We're sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to use the new version of the 
library account. [2]Back to old account


Choosing 'Back to old account' gets me something useful.


        Quoth Kyle Bachan:  'to a certificate or subdomain issue'
        I've never had certificates matter to lynx.  I don't know what
you mean by subdomain issue.

        If the user is logging lynx's output there may be an answer in it.

        If this page requires JavaScript, lynx isn't going to use it;
would it better serve this user to go straight to the old account
page?  What does the user's

        lynx --version

return?

russell bell

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