Browser blocking iframes from my Google Sites page

I have a number of pages that come from Google Sites that have mebedded Icons. They were showing up fine but now I get the "secure message" note form IE and Chromes gives me the shield in the URL bar.

Most of the things I have embedded are stored on my VPS. Do I neeed to have 128 bit security on the original page? I think I do on some and they still have the warning message.


Help!
Oscar9ertangoAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Can you give a link else it is a guessing game.
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Oscar9ertangoAuthor Commented:
oh sorry I thought I did.....

Here it is

https://sites.google.com/site/crpleadershiptest/home/1-education
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Oscar9ertangoAuthor Commented:
You'll see an empty frame on the page. That is a mindmeister map it should show up no problem but I have to get the user to accept the script.
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GaryCommented:
You are running on https but you have
http://www.mindmeister.com/335910478.....

in the JOT_postEvent script on standard protocol
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Oscar9ertangoAuthor Commented:
I apologize but you'll have to explain further.

I'm inserting using the embed gadget in google site. Where do I see that value, and how to I chnage it?

Thx so much!!
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GaryCommented:
All I can see is the rendered page, so I am not sure where you should be looking/in what page

On the page you have this block
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" class="sites-layout-name-two-column-hf sites-layout-vbox">
and it is in that block that you have a reference to
http://www.mindmeister.com/335910478.....
(it is a lot longer than that)

So just search your pages for http://www.mindmeister - if found change it to https
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Oscar9ertangoAuthor Commented:
It ended up that I just needed to add a S to http in the URL
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