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IE 4.0 and SSL

Posted on 1998-02-13
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My web site is using SSL. When user connect to my web site with IE 4.0, when they click on a link that call a javascript function ("<a href=javascript:function()>"), it prompts them with "This page contains both secure and non-secure items, do you wish to download the non-secure items?"

Microsoft said IE 4 doesn't recognize the javascript protocol is a secure protocol, does any one have a solution to work around this?
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Question by:dzhang
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by:shogi
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What level of sercur connection you have?
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by:dzhang
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It's 40 bit encryption, it doesn't matter what security level it is, the result is still the same.
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topkapi earned 50 total points
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Try calling the function without "javascript:".

Like this: <A HREF="function():">function</A>

Hope this works for you ;)
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