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Question I have... What company has the best web iPage hosting service on the world wide web? Many thanks for any response. Another question on my mind: How can I fix this from happing?(see link below) It shows up on my login page. I would assume it would scare a customer away who wasn't to internet savvy. Please advise on why this happens. thanks.

Roger.

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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

Actually, it may be your "Live Help" JavaScript that is the problem.....

Comment #2

The problem is the Live help image, it is retrieving the image from.

Http://www.barginhut.com/store/livehelp/im...ate&department;=.

When it should be:.

Https://.

The easiest thing to do would be to always have the image retrieved from a https:// address..

Also the link that you provided to your iPage site made firefox totally screw up your site, the link has some extra information after the osCid..

Jud..

Comment #3

Bingo... I agree with the above, the.

"Leave a message" pic is coming from a non-secured path http:// etc....

If left un-corrected, some customers may not enjoy the experience of seeing errors pop up as such...

Comment #4

Thanks guys for your help. I use mozilla and dont see what your seeing. Please past webshot of my iPage website with firefox. Thanks again..

Roger..

Comment #5

Strange, I use Mozilla too, but the page is veryyyy wide..

Better check your HTML at validator.w3.org several serious errors.

This post has been edited by.

John-Doe.

: 01 September 2004, 07:19..

Comment #6

Thanks John doe for the iPage site it helps alot. Can some check on their mozilla or firefox to see if I have fixed the problem. thanks you again...

Comment #7

Here's a is a really fantastic free webdeveloper tool that might help:.

Http://www.chrispede...x/webdeveloper/.

Available for both Firefox and Mozilla..

Comment #8

How can I fix this from happing?(see link below) It shows up on my login page. I would assume it would scare a customer away who wasn't to internet savvy. Please advise on why this happens. thanks.

Roger.

Login page..

Comment #9

Do you mean the warning or the fact that your page doesn't look right at all in Firefox?.

The warning is caused by an https page referencing images using http URLs. You need to use relative path names in your images so that this doesn't matter...

Comment #10


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.