Mixed content in https website

info423
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info423 posted this 5 days ago

Hello,
I activated SSL in my joomla website. Now with https URL.
I made nicepage pages and sections with images. Now in the browser I get a mixed content warning.
In other plain html pages I do'nt see these warnings.
Can you tell me how I can get rid of it?

Hello, I activated SSL in my joomla website. Now with https URL. I made nicepage pages and sections with images. Now in the browser I get a mixed content warning. In other plain html pages I do'nt see these warnings. Can you tell me how I can get rid of it?
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Willem
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Willem posted this 5 days ago

Normal you get the warning loading images etc into the page from a none ssl source.

Normal you get the warning loading images etc into the page from a none ssl source.
info423
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info423 posted this 5 days ago

Hello Willem,
Thank you for your answer.
Yes, you're right. In the source of the page in the browser I see a pathes to the images. The path is with http:// and not with https://

But... this is content I generated with nicepage on my desktop and then imported it in my joomla site together with the template. The import was in the situation that my site did'nt have a ssl certificate and a https protocol.

So I still have a question: do I have to import the content of the pages once more on my https site and are the pathes to the images changed in https:// in stead of http:// ?

Hello Willem, Thank you for your answer. Yes, you're right. In the source of the page in the browser I see a pathes to the images. The path is with http:// and not with https:// But... this is content I generated with nicepage on my desktop and then imported it in my joomla site together with the template. The import was in the situation that my site did'nt have a ssl certificate and a https protocol. So I still have a question: do I have to import the content of the pages once more on my https site and are the pathes to the images changed in https:// in stead of http:// ?
Willem
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Willem posted this 5 days ago

I don't use Joomla, so not sure why it uses links like http or https. In a normal html website, also the sites created with Nicepage, the path is to the folder with images. Example: images/photo1.jpg Not the complete url.
Normal all pages, images etc loaded to a website with ssl from the same server and protected area may not cause problems.
In some older websites i load google fonts from google using http instead of https and it doesn't give the mixed warning.
Are you sure your website doesn't load something from another webserver ?

I don't use Joomla, so not sure why it uses links like http or https. In a normal html website, also the sites created with Nicepage, the path is to the folder with images. Example: images/photo1.jpg Not the complete url. Normal all pages, images etc loaded to a website with ssl from the same server and protected area may not cause problems. In some older websites i load google fonts from google using http instead of https and it doesn't give the mixed warning. Are you sure your website doesn't load something from another webserver ?
info423
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info423 posted this 5 days ago

Hello Willem,

All the content of my website resides on my website/host. So there is no external content and there are no external url's needed.
The problem is, that the content generated with Nicepage and imported in my website is imported with ABSOLUTE URL's and not with RELATIVE URL's.
If the content was imported with relative url's then there was no problem.
I will try to import my content once more in my joomla site. I will let you (and other forum users) know if that is the solution for this problem.

Hello Willem, All the content of my website resides on my website/host. So there is no external content and there are no external url's needed. The problem is, that the content generated with Nicepage and imported in my website is imported with ABSOLUTE URL's and not with RELATIVE URL's. If the content was imported with relative url's then there was no problem. I will try to import my content once more in my joomla site. I will let you (and other forum users) know if that is the solution for this problem.
info423
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info423 posted this 5 days ago

Hello,

I have imported the nicepage template and content once more in the https website.
And... everything is fine now! So, when you go from http: to https (SSL) you must do that first and you can import the nicepage template and pages.

Thnx for the support. My problem is solved.

Hello, I have imported the nicepage template and content once more in the https website. And... everything is fine now! So, when you go from http: to https (SSL) you must do that first and you can import the nicepage template and pages. Thnx for the support. My problem is solved.
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Support Team posted this 4 days ago

Hi Anton,

Nice to hear that all is fine now. Feel free to contact us in any occasion.

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Hi Anton, Nice to hear that all is fine now. Feel free to contact us in any occasion. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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