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SSL with frames

Posted on 2001-06-10
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I have a frames site.
One of the frames is protected by SSL.
The problem is that I don't see the security icon in the browser.
When I open the secure page alone (with no frames) I see this icon.

I guess that I can't see the icon when I open a frameset with one frame secured and other none.

Am I right? Is there a solution for that?

Thanx.
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If you double click where the icon should be, does it say that the document is secure?

Are you using Internet Explorer?

:o)

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