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SSL - a few website design images giving warnings
Clyde
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Message # 1 | 3:18 PM
Hello,

After installing ssl feature a couple of months ago, I have been getting page warnings with the browser.

When I check it with browser 'web console tool', It shows me which images are having issues.

The images are part of the website design.

When I check them at the panel they are https:// (they should not cause a flag)

I have deleted and re-uploaded the images again to the https:// server and they are still being flagged.

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Gromov
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Message # 2 | 5:24 AM
Clyde, please specify at least one image you're referring to.
Clyde
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Message # 3 | 12:00 PM
Design images:

there are a couple of others that show sometimes.
(there are others besides these)

https://audioforum.my1.ru/set13/br_nonew.gif
https://audioforum.my1.ru/NewStyle/blog2ndContainer.png

Some smileys... they show as http:// but @control panel>files, they are https://

http://audioforum.my1.ru/set13/onlineframe.gif
http://www.mysmiley.net/imgs/smile/scared/scared0010.gif
http://audioforum.my1.ru/no_avatar.png
https://audioforum.my1.ru/sml/cake.gif

I have deleted and re-uploaded some but still the same.

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Gromov
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Message # 4 | 12:27 PM
Clyde, the issue is caused by the links inside the code, they stayed the same. You can either replace them manually or via the backup restoration.
Clyde
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Message # 5 | 2:51 AM
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the issue is caused by the links inside the code


? I don't understand - if the "code" specifies an image which is stored in an https:// folder.

The code will always read the same since it's part of the design - the images in question have been removed and 'manually' uploaded to the https:// server.

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Gromov
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Message # 6 | 7:37 AM
Clyde, some old links may still be there. As I've said, you either need to manually check the code or use the restoration feature.
Clyde
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Message # 7 | 10:45 PM
Checked and searched the entire code section by section.

No references to http:// - everything is https://.

Thru the web inspector feature I see a flagged http://... no_avatar.png - we do not have any image file on the site with that name nor code referencing it. We have a 'genericavatar.png' - so I don't know where that is coming from.

There are also references to some smiley names which we don't have.

The web inspector shows stored @ http://s102.ucoz.net - the code shows nothing with that address.

Since there is limited access to work with the sites @ the panel at ucoz, this is why I am bringing this up here.


Nothing in the code for the site nor anything in the file manager at our end would be the reason for these flags.

I backed up the site data to restore from backup... I get a pop-up to get in touch with technical support after I clicked on restore..

I did that about an hour ago - By now there are a few new posts and topics. By tomorrow will be more.

Is this the only way ? and Are backup/restore of only 'Blog' and 'Forum' sufficient - I am concerned if I restore 'Users', I will lose 'comments' as stated in the warning header from restore message.

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Post edited by Clyde - Sunday, 2018-09-02, 11:02 PM
Felicia
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Message # 8 | 7:09 AM
Clyde, can you clarify where exactly are you receiving these warnings? Link & screenshot would be much appreciated.
As for the backup feature - it is enabled only by request by the support team. In order to enabled it, please send a ticket through the CP, mentioning the reason why you need it enabled and the link to the backup.

Good things come to those who wait!
Clyde
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Message # 9 | 11:16 AM
screenshot of unsecure message from browser after login.
Note: the login page is the only page that is secure.

Quote Felicia ()
Link & screenshot would be much appreciated.

If you look @ my last post above, you can see links that show unsecure and are flagged.
Attachments: 9287380.png(82.9 Kb)

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Clyde
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Message # 10 | 12:18 PM
here is another image

Added (2018-09-03, 4:29 PM)
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1. mini comment from 'Blog Comments INFO in container 2' - executes to 'http://.../.s/src/ulightbox/ulightbox.min.js'
I have no control to this link - found the source thru the web inspector app in FF. Having issues with one an png avatar image we don't have.

2. another image referenced @ http://s102.ucoz.net (we have no access to this remote ucoz location @ panel)
Attachments: 3916750.png(2.3 Kb)

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Post edited by Clyde - Monday, 2018-09-03, 4:31 PM
Felicia
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Message # 11 | 4:23 AM
Clyde, please try clearing the cache memory of your browser. This is what I get: https://www.screencast.com/t/UhyJgFNF - the site is secured.
Good things come to those who wait!
Clyde
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Message # 12 | 12:11 PM
Felicia,

Everytime I close Firefox, the cache and 'all' cookies are deleted - the screenshot you show is of the 'Login Window' page - Which is the only page that shows secure when you log in, you can see the 'unsecure flags' - please read my statements in above posts. These things are showing up with all users once they log-in.

If I had 'real server access' as I do with my other 2 sites at hostinger, I know what the issues are and could fix them.

At the moment @ the Blog is showing - error with
Code
http://...no_avatar.png
which we don't have anywhere in code or site.

also @ the forum is showing error with an
Code
https://... br_nonew.gif
which in code reads as https:// ... and is really secure.

This thread was started one week today and still nothing has been addressed - I have basically written a 'novel' with explanations above and today I am presented with a screenshot of the 'Login Window' wacko It is so frustrating trying to get help here!

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Post edited by Clyde - Tuesday, 2018-09-04, 1:36 PM
Felicia
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Message # 13 | 6:28 AM
Oh, I apologize, somehow I've missed the row where you mentioned that it's after login. cry
Please create a test user and provide the login data in a pm so that we can check this.

Good things come to those who wait!
Clyde
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Message # 14 | 11:35 AM
pm sent - Thanks
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Felicia
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Message # 15 | 6:41 AM
Please check the codes you've added on the site.
Attachments: 6119358.png(155.6 Kb)

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