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Posted on 2014-07-21
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I just  updated my client's SSL, and I am having problems. When I went to MSIE10, I received a prompt about security and accepted it. I don't remember the prompt, but now the page comes up https://www.zaka.org.uk/DonateItems.asp?DN=YES&ID=0 without any indication that it is using the SSL. I can't find a way in MSIE10 to reset this.

In FF, I get an error that the entire page is not secure (e.g. an image is not being displayed via HTTPS). I do not know which image this might be, though, and wonder if there is a way in FF to determine the exact cause of the error.

Thank you.
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Question by:Lev Seltzer
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I see this line:

                                    <br><input height="34" name="submit" src="http://www.zaka.org.uk/images/donatenow.png" type="image" width="152"/>                              </td>
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by:Lev Seltzer
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thank you. That is the problem. How did you find it so quickly?
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The fact the page was complaining indicated that the source was explicitly spelled out as http://
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by:Lev Seltzer
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Thanks. I changed the code and everything is working fine now.
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