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    Nonsecure items error - and I've already removed all http:// tags...

    Hi there,

    I'm still getting an annoying IE "This page contains nonsecure items" popup for my SSL enabled PHP pages.

    I've removed all references that points to http:// but I'm still getting the error. I have no idea why.

    I do have a <?php include('init.php'); ?> tag at the beginning of my pages. Could this be the problem?

    The link is: www.manuf*cturing-pro.com/store/cart.php

    (replace * with 'a')

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    Can't help you (I don't know anything about https), but I don't think it's a PHP problem.

    By the way, is it me, or is your site extremely slow?

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    Very slow for me too.

    Anyway, this has nothing to do with php. But here's how to narrow down to your problem:
    Use html comments to comment out large parts of the html, espescially script and css files. By doing this systematically, within a couple of minutes you will have found the problem area or file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guido2004 View Post
    Can't help you (I don't know anything about https), but I don't think it's a PHP problem.

    By the way, is it me, or is your site extremely slow?
    I think the slowness is from the SSL encryption.

    Is this page slow too?

    www.manuf*acturing-pro.com/store

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    Quote Originally Posted by crmalibu View Post
    Very slow for me too.

    Anyway, this has nothing to do with php. But here's how to narrow down to your problem:
    Use html comments to comment out large parts of the html, espescially script and css files. By doing this systematically, within a couple of minutes you will have found the problem area or file.
    Found it.

    Hidden in a CSS file.

    Thanks.


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