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Old March 22nd, 2004, 03:52 AM
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On one of the web pages that I am developing withn an https site I get an alert titled:

Security Information



It says:

This page contains both secure and nonsecure items.
Do you want to display the nonsecure items?

    [Yes] [No] [More info]


How can I make this behavior stop?

Is this a browser setting?
Is there something in the authoring of the page that can be modified while keeping the current functionality?
 . . . ?


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There is a browser setting in IE6 to turn this off. Check out Tools > Internet Options > Security > Custom Level > Miscellaneous > Display mixed content. By default its set to prompt, reset it to Enable.

Alternatively, you may be able to change the page to prevent this - it just depends what is causing the message. Are you using frames, or perhaps iframes, of javascript links?
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As pgtips noted, you can change this in the browser, but this won't change it for every other user of the application. You need to make all URLs used within the application (image references, JS/CSS links, etc) use HTTPS or you'll get this message.
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hello
this is only can change client site but,
i want to change server site. how can i do?

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