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    Posted: 11 July 2015 at 9:23am
Thank you Jackslad and support.

I'm considering securing the whole website so it's pretty important not to see those 'content blocked' warnings at any stage of the buying process.

I regularly get phone calls from people who are afraid to use their cards on the internet (thanks PayPal/Norton/McAffee). In retail, for every one that phones, there will be many more who will simply move on.

It all helps.
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Hi,
That should be ok now.
It was the currency converter.
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Both Opera and Chrome are flagging up a "security issue" on the https cart page delivered by RC. I can see 2 http references in the html which might be causing it. Have had a chat with RC support who are investigating.
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Hi,
Sorry about that - slight misunderstanding...

You would need to go to the cart page, view the source and see what is http instead of https.

Either opera does not like http hyperlinks on the page or it is putting something else on your page perhaps via a plugin.

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Hi Support,

I don't think I explained myself very well. The insecure content warning doesn't apply to my webpage. That's not finished.

It's the basket which is showing a content warning in Opera.

I've had a look at the secure shopping basket source code in Opera, I can't see any scripts pointing to non ssl webspace.

The screenshot below shows the message I'm getting:




Best wishes,

Richard.

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Hi,
Took a look at your page and you have a number of scripts pointing to non ssl webspace.

Look for scripts starting with http:// and change them to the appropriate https://

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Originally posted by Support Support wrote:

Hi,
Yes.
If you get any issues please post the url and we will take a look.
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Hi,

I have a single test/practise page up for a responsive site. Most of it won't work.

http://www.pumps4mums.co.uk/medela_personalfit_xl.htm

The only element I've applied the 'secure' bit to is the buy now button below the photo.

Opera (my default browser) shows a 'content blocked' warning.

HOWEVER, IE and Chrome DO NOT.

Just wondering why Opera views the world differently!

Richard.

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code from a widget -
body

<div id='ROC_display107'></div>
<script>ROC_buttonWidget('ROC_display107','63749',107,0);</script>

head of every page

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="https://remote.romancart.com/js/roc_button.asp?storeid=63749"></script>


what am I doing wrong ?

cheers,
Chris.
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Hi Support,

I'm also having fun get everything working in ssl

Got the search page working

But still have problems will the cart page.

I can get the 'view cart' button working in ssl ,

But not having any luck with my 'add to basket ' widgets, they still open a
non ssl cart (different to the cart opened by the ' view cart ' button)

code from a widget -
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Hi,
Yes.
If you get any issues please post the url and we will take a look.
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