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    Thumbs down https/http windows problem - same domain

    Hi!

    - We have a page in http
    - a popup is opened in http and the form is submitted to https
    - the https windows tries to do various stuff to opener....:
    Error: Permission denied for https get property Window.document

    Any solution for this? Same domain... makes no sense to me such security...


    In our application there is also a similar known error, but we can live with that: when a page is accessed with ssl/https jquery thickbox ajax is not working.

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    Why not make both https? No downsides as far as I can tell

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    Yes, I made both http so the site can work smoothly

    But, is this a "standard" http/https windows not to communicate with each other (same domain)?

    This does not make sense to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01globalnet View Post
    But, is this a "standard" http/https windows not to communicate with each other (same domain)?

    This does not make sense to me...
    Does it make sense for a secure page to accept info from an insecure page?
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