I’ve setup a store at http://www.blue-eyes.com/magento
I’m using a lightly customized version of the modern template. Everything is working great, with one minor problem at this point.
When I attempt to checkout using IE7 (I haven’t tried IE6), as soon as the session flips from HTTP to HTTPS and I land on the checkout/onepage, I get a warning from IE7 that I have both secure and non-secure items on the page. I haven’t experienced this under Firefox or Safari, only IE seems to generate it.
Anyway, the two images being complained about are links to standard images in the template; the newsletter subscription button at the bottom left of the page and the standard graphic at the bottom-right. While I created new versions of the images, I didn’t modify the modern template code in any way, so I’m thinking this is a bug in the template code.
Anyway, i suspect others may have experienced this. I’m hoping someone can point me in the right direction so I can get it fixed.
My fear is that people who use IE7 might be spooked and not place an order, which is obviously the opposite of what I’d like.