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How to use facebook social plugins in a https webpage

Posted on 2013-11-28
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Hello,

I am having a trouble when I use the Facebook social plugin to show fans faces in my website. When visitors are in a ssl page (example to login), the facebook social plugin is blank.

Someone knows if facebook allows us to use the plugin in a https page and how?

Thank you very much for your answers.
Luis
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It's not facebook it's about security, your browser detect you're going to send non encrypted data on a page supposed to be secured with SSL (https)
When you include your plugins just use << // >> instead << http:// >> or always use << https:// >>
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