Wierd Checkout Error in IE7

When I go to checkout via SSL on my site in IE7 I get an error asking if I want to show the non-secure items. When I click yes I get this:

I don’t even have any clue what this means. My checkout works great in Firefox so I don’t have any idea what would be the problem here.

If anyone can help I would really appreciate it.


When it displays a message to display non-secure items, then that means you have an image that starts with an http:// so i’d suggest you edit that image to have it like this /skinname/customer/images/imagename and not have it contain http

Let me know if this works out for you.

I’ve checked out your webpage and it seems this image is causing that error;


I’d suggest you to remove http://saltwatertogo.com from that image link

before someone comes along and makes a mod for this with an over-inflated price tag of $150 I’ll let the cat outta the bag, if this is the case, the image causing the non secure items which it looks like it is, then you’ll want to add a simple bit of code as shown below, you’ll need to add more targets, but this will get you heading in the right direction:

{if $target == “checkout”}





How about:


{if $current_location = $https_location}



Thank you guys for your help. I really appreciate it. I think I have this fixed. I don’t know if this is the correct way to fix this or not, but this is what I did. This is the code I had on skins/lite_blue_customer/index.php


I changed it to:


Please notice the s at the end of the https

Like I said I don’t know if it is correct, but it works great. What do you guys think? Will this work or should I change it?

By the way I know this is a little off the subject, but what is your deal Sno? I know that you are upset about the mod delima that is going on, but that doesn’t mean that you need to get all butt hurt with me.

I agree that the forum was better when I first joined and all of the mods that were posted were free and everyone wanted to help each other out and they weren’t just on this forum to make money. I have paid to have a couple of mods designed and the mods I paid for weren’t just easy fixes and were way beyond what my capabilities are.

There have been discussions about what to do with the commercialization for this forum and I don’t have an easy answer for it. There is already a thread for commercial mods so my only suggestion is to have all commercial mod ideas and ads put there and make the rest of the forum back to the way it originally was.

Anyways I know the las couple of paragraphs were off subject and sorry for that, but the way I see it when someone asks for help please just post what you can to help and don’t add things like:

[quote]before someone comes along and makes a mod for this with an over-inflated price tag of $150 I’ll let the cat outta the bag,[/quote]

By the way I know that Sno has been here much longer than me and that he knows a lot more about CS-Cart and the forums, but it just bugs the **** out of me to see little jibes thown in here and there about stuff not related to what the question is.


Yes, that would work!

Glad it fixed your problem.

I just installed an SSL certificate and I am having this same issue. I couldn’t find where Brandon made his changes so I completely removed the image yet I am still getting the error.

Anyone have any suggestions?

Edit: I figured it out. I still had the old google analytics code in my bottom.tpl that was causing the error.

On a side note…if you use a “secure” logo, install it as an ad. There doesn’t seem to be any interference with that method.