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I am posting for the first time in macromedia coldfusion forum my problem is that when we go to secure page always a pop-up message comes asking if we want to see the page in secure or non secure mode.Is there any possibility so that fro server side we can prevent it from popping up and we can enter into page in secure mode. please dont give this solution--go Tools menu and internet option click on view....... because that is for end user i want to control it from server side any one help............................. anyone help please....................................... Thanks in advance,...

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    Default regarding pop-up message in SSL

    I am posting for the first time in macromedia coldfusion forum

    my problem is that when we go to secure page always a pop-up message comes
    asking if we want to see the page in secure or non secure mode.Is there any
    possibility so that fro server side we can prevent it from popping up and we
    can enter into page in secure mode.
    please dont give this solution--go Tools menu and internet option click
    on view....... because that is for end user i want to control it from server
    side
    any one help............................. anyone help
    please.......................................

    Thanks in advance,

    hellofriend Guest

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    Default Re: regarding pop-up message in SSL

    Don't include any nonsecure references in your secure page.

    ie, if you have an img src="http://....", that will throw the error, or a
    stylesheet import, or whatever.

    View source on the page that's bringing up this popup, then search for http://

    Kronin555 Guest

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    Default Re: regarding pop-up message in SSL

    Also, use Apache mod rewrite to automatically redirect non secure requests to https.

    MikerRoo Guest

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    Default Re: regarding pop-up message in SSL

    :)
    Thank you for for your quick response. Now i got the real problem there is
    reference of a picture of nonsecure source.

    please another related question ->> When we enter into secure page it
    changes into https(and it should be) but when we return to non-secure page it
    should changes into http but does not changes .it remains https in all non
    secure pages.
    i have found solution for that as converting relative URL to Absolute URL
    ..Please tell does it affect our server by remaining https or no?
    just look at
    examples:---http://www.shytobuy.co.uk/index.cfm?mm=6&fuse=CondomProducts&cat=21&
    sub=43


    https://www.shytobuy.co.uk/index.cfm?fuse=add&mm=0&99=true&lang=eng&CFID=3591 9&C
    FTOKEN=30624241
    please move back and forth ot these pages and see http and https


    hellofriend Guest

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    Default Re: regarding pop-up message in SSL

    Pages served over SSL can't be cached by proxy servers.

    SSL also adds the burden to the server of setting up a secure connection,
    decrypting the request, and encrypting the response.

    It's always best to only have pages that need to be secured served over SSL.

    Looking at your site, you go to https when they add an item to their cart. You
    can do this, but there isn't any sensitive information yet. I leave them on
    http until they actually go to check out, then push them to https.

    Kronin555 Guest

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    Default Re: regarding pop-up message in SSL

    "but when we return to non-secure page it should changes into http but does not
    changes", As long as you continue to make relative links to pages, it will
    continue to be served from the secure server. It only reverts to http when you
    make an absolute reference (e.g., <A
    HREF="http://www.mysite.com/index.htm">Click here</A>)

    jdeline Guest

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