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does anybody know how to solve this problem?


minglou

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after i installed SSl, everytime I enter any webpages protected by SSl.

the security alert came out:

 

This page contains both secure and nonsecure items" etc.

 

it is really annoying. However, i noticed some websites like this:

 

http://www.pinoyhaus.com/

 

doesn't have this kind of problem at all.

also i searched this forum and found nothing about the way of how to solving the problem.

does anybody can share their own experience or any ideas?

 

thanks

sean

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Have you added any graphics directly to your pages ... your logo for example or an SSL seal ?

 

You must make sure that you don't call any image as a full URL ... use relative links( "../images/yourimage.gif") or define them in the tep images fashion.

 

If that doesn't cut it, post your site and I'm sure someone will take a peek to see if they can solve the mystery ;)

 

-caz

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What would be causing the "secure and nonsecure" warning on my site...

 

https://muleymadnesscom.secure.powweb.com/catalog/index.php

 

I'd like to get rid of it, can't quite figure out how to?

 

Plus I don't need my main page secure correct?  Just the part where they checkout.

 

thanks

brett

 

 

probably this :

 

<!-- 100 Top Sites Code Start : Do not modify -->

<A HREF="http://www.hitsunlimited.com/cgi-bin/100tophunt/100top.cgi?ID=1672" target="_blank">

<img SRC="http://www.hitsunlimited.com/cgi-bin/100tophunt/100top.cgi?IDimg=1672" BORDER=0 height=1 width=1 alt="image linking to 100 Top Hunting Sites"></A>

<!-- 100 Top Sites Code End -->

Treasurer MFC

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Thanks got rid of that part, do you still get the message?

 

In Safari on a MAC I don't get the message, only on PC's at work etc. Which is of course what most of the world uses.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Looks as though it's still showing the same error???

 

 

best way in these cases is to look at the source of the page, search for "src=" and make sure there are none with src="http://..... in there. If there is one, that is the problem.

That can be an image, js, swf or any other file.

Treasurer MFC

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