Stopping Secure and Nonsecure Items SSL Warning

This is a common error that occurs when some element on a secure web page (one that is loaded with https:// in the address bar) is not being loaded from a secure source. This usually occurs with Images, Frames, iFrames, Flash, CSS and JavaScripts.

Once you found the elements, change all links to // or make them relative:

Rather than changing all the links to https://, change them to just //
<img src="//" alt="" />

Alternatively, if the images or scripts are located on the same domain, you can access them relatively, rather than absolutely:
<img src="image.gif" alt="" />

Now if you are having trouble finding what elements are loading from http instead of https, try This simple tool tells you about any unsecured items on your SSL page.

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