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Added amber alert to the footer, now I get a security alert do to the non secure amber alert, anyway to solve this or do I have to lose the amber alert?

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Pulled the amber alert off the footer, added it to the default page. Everthing fine till I contiuned to shop and retuned to the default page.

Entered shop again, signed in and got the security warning of non-secure items again, Why I'm I getting a warning on a non-secure page ?

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I have both the US and Canadian Amber Tickers in my header, may look awful, but they work. I am not using SSL though, so that may be why they are working...don't know. I just placed the amber ticker code:

 

<!-- Begin Code Amber Ticker code. -->

<P ALIGN=CENTER>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2" src="http://www.codeamber.org/js/codea.js">

</script>

<!-- end of Code Amber Ticker code ©Copyright codeamber.org 2002, 2003-->

<br>

<!-- Begin Code Amber Ticker code. -->

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2" src="http://www.codeamber.org/js/cacodea.js">

</script>

</P>

 

at the end of the header script and all is well.

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I solved a similar problem by making a duplicate header.php without the insecure info (footer in your case) and naming it secure_header.php then just use that one on any ssl pages. You'll also have to do the appropriate defines in application_top, etc.

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