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Hi

I have a website that has secure forms using https,

https://www.combinedinsurance.co.uk/Request_Quotation_Form.htm?check_1=true

Once in this page if you rollover the side navigation youll see the links still point to https,
how can I come back into http, Ive tried using  eg http://www.combinedinsurance.co.uk/About_Combined.html
but this just doubles up the link.

Thanks Ketan
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I've just tried that and it looks perfect to me. Rollover shows http and clicking it goes back to http. The 'lock' symbol also behaves correctly and certificate is correct when in https.
Why do you think it still is https?

J.
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