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  • Secure Homepage Design

    I'm having some problems with my homepage in IE (www.harrysarmysurplus.net). When the page displays with https:

    1. I get a message about some content not being secure
    2. My javascript slideshow banner doesn't display.

    I read in another forum someone suggesting a switch to scheme-relative URLs ( "//" instead of "http://" ).

    Is this a good solution for part of my problem. 3dcart originally designed my site and didn't change this when they installed the SSL so I'm a bit confused.

    Regarding #2, I'd appreciate any advice that's offered as I'm just figuring all out as I go. I implemented the slideshow myself as the previous flash slideshow from 3dcart doesn't display on all the flash-free browsers. I know that the javascript API is hosted by google though so I'm not sure what to do there.

    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    I figured out that I had to take the http: off of the javascript library reference and do the same with the image urls referenced by the javascript code. So here's the new question. Just for informational purposes

    Should all of my image references leave off the "http:" ??

    The page loads fine in IE now but considering that some of the images must be served up via http, I'm puzzled as to why.
    Last edited by bzeltzer; 01-08-2011, 10:16 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bzeltzer View Post
      ... So here's the new question. Just for informational purposes

      Should all of my image references leave off the "http:" ??
      Absolutely, yes. :)

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      • #4
        Thanks so much for your response. My site was 3dcart designed.

        I'm just learning. I wonder what their excuse is.

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