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  • Resolved Kristad


    This page is showing as not secure – I have checked images and they are https… I am wondering why this page is showing not secure. All other pages are showing secure…
    Thank you for your help.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • You have this image being called over HTTP…


    Thanks for your reply… the code was src=””… in both instances of the US flag image. I changed the image to: src=”” (so the image is not called from an external site) but it still shows as ‘not secure’…
    Any thoughts?

    You do have 2 links unrelated to the image one that have to be changed and both are for

    There is an image link using ‘http’ and even though it cannot be found in the page source, my Browser DevTools show it is first called using http:// “” then switches somehow to using https:// “” .

    Looks like you have a mystery on your hands as, other than looking at original code, I’m not sure how one would find it. My suggestion would be to use an image from the site itself rather than a third-party site.

    I just looked and it is still requesting that file from where ever via HTTP from what I see. Changing the address wasn’t necessary… changing the protocol to https was what you needed to do.

    Thank you for the replies…
    @website-rob I did change the image to the site itself. And it is still showing not secure.
    @jnashhawkins – The protocol is https… for the whole site.

    Not sure what else I can do? Appreciate any assistance… It is a mystery…

    OK mystery solved… I thought I had done what you said, but missed one of the images upon double checking. Thank you so much for your help.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by Kristad.

    I thought ‘maybe’… I could see it here in the console and was wondering why the change didn’t show if you did set that.

    Anyway, it’s fine now except there’s a cross-site script warning since some of your images are being served from a different site. That probably shouldn’t hurt anything but if it does then you might want to look up ‘SameSite attribute’ later.

    I never worry about that on my own sites but seldom do that anyway.

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