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I have recently added an SSl cert to a website.  In IE everytime i visit the site and or change pages within a box pops up saying "this page contains both secure and insecure information, do you want to display non secure information?"  What causes this, I don't have a problem with any other website with ssl? In Firefox it works fine..
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This may be a website/server configuration problem rather than a browser problem.  If you secure certain folders, but the pages call for elements from outside of the secured folders, it will have 'both secure and insecure information.
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