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CAPTCHA Image and SSL not playing nicely with each other.

Posted on 2008-06-22
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I have SSL encrypted Login page with a CAPTCHA Image, when someone goes to this page, the Secure Connection warning comes up because of the image.  I went through and put my external links in Javascript OnClick functions thinking that was the problem.  But when I tell the Warning not to show the Non-Secure Items, the CAPTCHA image doesn't show up.

Any Ideas?  I can post code if necessary but I wasn't sure what would be needed.

Thanks
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Michael701 earned 2000 total points
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do you have the ssl cert loaded for the entire site?

if so, you just need to change the captcha script to use https:
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WOW....I wish I had thought of that!
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