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HTTPS : Secured and non secured item with absolute path

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Hi,

I have a <img src = "http:// ..."> which needs to be put in a secured
page. For example on amazon when the confirmation page is displayed...
The problem is that it's a secured page (https) and my tag is an
absolute path... It looks like it's the problem because the tag is not
secured. What are the possible solution to display the image without
the warning message?

Thanks

May 15 '06 #1
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The only way to prevent this problem is to load the image over https. If
the source site does not provide secure connectivity, one option (if
permitted by content agreements, etc.) might be to either create a hard copy
of the image on your server or, if the image changes too frequently, to use
a HTTP handler or proxy page on your server to load the image content
dynamically after reading it from the source site.
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Hi,

I have a <img src = "http:// ..."> which needs to be put in a secured
page. For example on amazon when the confirmation page is displayed...
The problem is that it's a secured page (https) and my tag is an
absolute path... It looks like it's the problem because the tag is not
secured. What are the possible solution to display the image without
the warning message?

Thanks

May 15 '06 #2

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