Securty warning in IE on home page.

last night I changed logos on our shop and now in the morning when I view the home page only, it gives me a security warning asking if I want to view only the web page contents that was delivered securely. It says the page has content that will not be delivered using secure HTTPS connection. Any idea on how to make that not show up? I have done a search here in the forums but I didn’t find anything with this problem. Thank you so much, I truly appreciate all your help.

When I visit “my account” HTTPS using fire fox I get a warning that…



[COLOR=“Red”]This Connection is Untrusted



You have asked Firefox to connect

securely to www.onestopfishingspot.com, but we can’t confirm that your connection is secure.



Normally, when you try to connect securely,

sites will present trusted identification to prove that you are

going to the right place. However, this site’s identity can’t be verified.[/COLOR]




Looks like your SSL isn’t installed correctly.

Thank you Barry for taking the time to answer this question I know you are busy. I sent a ticket to cybernlc as they installed the certificate for me and copy/ pasted your response, I wish I knew how to fix such things, hopefully I can learn something from all this. Thank you.

[quote name=‘onestopfishingspot’]Thank you Barry for taking the time to answer this question I know you are busy. I sent a ticket to cybernlc as they installed the certificate for me and copy/ pasted your response, I wish I knew how to fix such things, hopefully I can learn something from all this. Thank you.[/QUOTE]



No worries I am just reporting what I can see, I had a similar problem and my host re-installed the cert and that was that!



Good luck! :slight_smile:

OneStop,



I had the same problem and had to contact the host to resolve. In our instance the host had to install a “chain certificate” for our domain. It may be a similar situation on your end.

This turned out to be an issues with a hard coded http image link that CS-Cart places in there files. It never had anything to do with the SSL.



This client has SSL enabled for admin login…and on that first page CS-Cart has a hard coded image link with http instead of https



The client has been informed of this and I do believe has contacted CS-Cart to resolve the issue.