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This page contains both secure and non secure content. - cannot find unsecure content!

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Hi,

I cannot determine where the unsecure content is on the website:

  https://www.hesgroup.com.au/contact.aspx

  * I have tried removing the http references in the DOCTYPE and HTML Head - no impact - didnt think it would.
  * Am thinking perhaps one of the scripts (Google Tracker) may be referencing http content - any knowledge/experience of these??

I have checked all image, css and content references and their are no 'http' references.

Quite desperate for a solution, as client is extremely concerned and stressing over this message - assume it is annoying them like crazy as well.

Any comments and help appreciated.

Thanks for your time.
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Question by:smacca
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by:alexpercsi
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Here's a thought. Consider including your css (and javascript, if you have any) using fully qualified URLs and specifying the protocol as well
e.g.  https://www.hesgroup.com.au/include/css/mystyle.css

Best Regards,
Alex Percsi
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The problem was with lightbox.css. It has the following css which was causing mixed mode message:


#prevLink, #nextLink{ width: 49%; height: 100%; background-image: url(data:image/gif;base64,AAAA); /* Trick IE into showing hover */ display: block; }


The background-image declaration was generating the problem.
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