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    https and @import url(somestyle.css)

    Hi Folks,
    I have a secure site that has an imported style sheet. Does the fact that it is https... is it implied in the @import rule or do you have to specify a fully qualified https url? I have 99.99% of the non-secure items taken care of and am grasping for this last piece to make it fully https.
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    Fully qualified https address is what you need. By the way, if your visitors on a windows 98 machine, take out the url part of the import statement to ensure maximum level of compatiblity.
    Ryan Butler

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    Thanks - I tried that and still get the "view unsecure items?" dialogue box... more as the situation deteriorates
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    Do you have images on the site? Even then, you shouldn't be getting this error. Are you sure the SSL connection is set-up right?
    Ryan Butler

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