SSL Error Caused by HTTP File Path

Hi



I have altered all image paths for images shown on the sidebars (via HTML blocks) and footer, as these were previously hardcoded, ie.

http//www.domain.com/images/my-image.jpg
```<br />
<br />
However, this produced SSL errors with data not being fully encrypted as these were served over non-secured HTTP and not HTTPS, therefore I altered the image paths to:<br />
```php
/images/my-image.jpg
```<br />
Now the image is served via http outwith https and by https in the checkout area, as intended.<br />
<br />
However, the problem I've got is an SSL site seal Javascript, which seems to slow the site down (while on any page but cart/checkout) if I hardcode it as SSL-friendly https, therefore I need to find a way to have this served as HTTP outwith SSL and HTTPS within SSL, for example:<br />
<br />
Home page (non-SSL, ie. http):<br />
```php
<script src="http://seal.globalsign.com/SiteSeal/gs_image_130-65_en.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
```<br />
Cart/Checkout (SSL, ie. https):<br />
```php
[<script src="https://seal.globalsign.com/SiteSeal/gs_image_130-65_en.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
```<br />
<br />
I cannot hardcode this as 'https' as it definitely slows the rest of the page rendering when loading a non-https page.<br />
<br />
Is there an alternative I can use? I would rather avoid using dirty hacks to the head of the document just for this one single issue.<br />
<br />
Thanks folks

Try something like this…


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Try something like this…




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Thanks for your help, unfortunately the WYSIWYG editor doesn't agree, after saving, the code becomes:






I had the same problems with Interspire's WYSIWYG editor, wish there was a tag I could use to say … which the editor didn't eat up like sweets going out of fashion.