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HTMLArea 3.0-RC1 SSL Security Warnings Fix


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We recently upgraded our built-in WYSIWYG editor from an earlier HTMLArea version, adding ImageManager / ImageEditor for our customers. We received the SSL "some files are insecure" warning and after hours of scouring the web, forums and their code, we ultimately came up with the solution ourselves.


I wanted to post this here just in case other people are looking to solve the HTMLArea 3.0-RC1 SSL Security Warning.


Fix in file: htmlarea.js


Locate: var iframe = document.createElement("iframe");


Add the following line directly blow that line:





THAT'S IT!!! Fixed. If you don't want to go through the hassle of setting up your own e-commerce system, and days/weeks of learning the open-source code, please consider GOOMZEE.COM. We continually update our software, provide hosting, support, free automatic feature updates and more.




Mike Sparr, www.goomzee.com

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  • 7 months later...

This totally solved my same problem. I was scouring the message board looking for this answer.


Thank you for posting it!!

David McGuffin - Website Developer

New Look Web Design



"I never memorize anything I can simply look up. . ." ~Albert Einstien

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