Posting in the Magento forums has been disabled pending the implementation of a new and improved forum solution which should better serve the community.

For new questions please post at magento.stackexchange.com, the community-run support site for the Magento community. We will be providing updates on the new forum solution soon. For questions or concerns please email community@magento.com.

Magento Forum

<SOLVED> Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely? - Magento and SSL
 
cest_la_vie
Member
 
Avatar
Total Posts:  37
Joined:  2008-01-15
 

Hi,

Hope someone can help on this as its affecting the ability of some customers to use secure parts of my site (my account and one page checkout)

When a customer is on a secure page in IE 8 they get this pop up:


Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

The popup is very confusing in terms of language and as a result i’ve had a few abandoned carts.

I’ve had a look through the media on these pages, and some point to http refs i.e. logo etc. How can i fix this? Any ideas?

FYI i’m on Magento 1.3.2.4 and using Comodo SSL.

Thanks in advance.

David

Image Attachments
ie8securitywarning.png
 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
 
cest_la_vie
Member
 
Avatar
Total Posts:  37
Joined:  2008-01-15
 

fixed it.

Looked at all the elements loading on the pages, and those with http addresses (or part of hidden Jscripts) I pointed towards Https addresses.

Still, i’m peeved that ms can’t use plain english on error messages.

David

 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
 
BoBizz
Jr. Member
 
Total Posts:  26
Joined:  2009-08-11
 

Exactly what did you do to fix this?  I just installed an extension and now I’m getting this error.  The extension’s developer is no help whatsoever.

Thanks!

 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
 
cellfservices
Sr. Member
 
Total Posts:  84
Joined:  2009-04-17
 

I’m having the same problem.  Does anyone know how to fix this? My template doesn’t load in IE8 on the checkout as well.

 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
 
cest_la_vie
Member
 
Avatar
Total Posts:  37
Joined:  2008-01-15
 

Hi,

On the specific page that is loading using the HTTPS protocol i.e. checkout..

look at the source code of the page (in FF, IE etc) and look for any references to http sources, i.e. images http://www.yourdomain.com/image.jpg

Then what you need to do is go into the magento code that calls that image/element and change it towards a HTTPS source, its just a matter of adding the ‘S’ or putting in long urls for images instead of ‘/media/upload/images.... ‘ that you see referenced.

So all images/elements will have a reference that begins with HTTPS://www.yourdomain.com/....  FYI: you don’t have to move the files to a new location they work whether u use HTTP or HTTPS.

Thats what i did, a bit tedius but it works.

As always refresh the cache at the end it, and in IE to test to see if any errors persist.

David

 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
 
bkscott
Sr. Member
 
Avatar
Total Posts:  137
Joined:  2009-07-16
Sacramento
 

The “best” way to fix this is to simply remove “http:” from all of your file paths. css, images, and javascript.

all of my images load from //images.ourservername.com/path/to/image/files

it automatically fills in the http: OR https: based on the current page’s protocols.

 
Magento Community Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
Magento Community
Back to top