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<SOLVED> Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely? - Magento and SSL
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.