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SSL Issues with Theme

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  • #3712
    ejb5oh
    Participant

    Everytime I go to a page with SSL enabled, I get an error asking me to show insecure content. This error can be seen by clicking on the following link in IE ver. 9. In FF, the error does not show up until you submit the form, then it advises the users that they are sending a form over an insecure connection.

    Link: https://ap-police.com/divisions/records/pir/

    How can I fix this?

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  • #3717
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    View the source on your page and do a search in your web browser to see where items are be included on your site with “http” instead of “https” — I’d start with that ultimate-tinmyce plugin you’re using.

    #3722
    ejb5oh
    Participant

    Okay, so I find that many of the theme links are no SSL. What do I do now, modify your code? TinyMYCE is not used on the front end, only the backend and I have no issues whatsoever on the backend when it comes to SSL, only the front end and all the errors seem to stem around the theme not using SSL.

    #3723
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Okay, so I find that many of the theme links are no SSL.

    Hmm, I’d check again on that one. None of the assets in the theme use a hard-coded URL except for maybe images in a slider is all I can think of.

    TinyMYCE is not used on the front end, only the backend and I have no issues whatsoever on the backend when it comes to SSL, only the front end and all the errors seem to stem around the theme not using SSL.

    You sure about that?

    http://www.uploadblvd.com/uploads/image_5111d47bdd66f.png

    The only things I see are some that random CSS file from this plugin and then some kind of plugin you have that modifies featured images.

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