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 Connection Not Secure [SOLVED] , HTTP and HTTPS Conflict
Does anyone else have this problem? Awhile ago I "Forced HTTPS" for my board but since the connection hasn't been secure due to "Parts of this page are not secure". I searched and found a page that told me how to find out which parts are not secure. I went to search my page and some parts are in fact HTTPS while others are HTTP.

Is there an easy way to fix this problem? While I went to check the elements that were not secure, they were all from files.b1.jcink. I'm guessing these have been around since before HTTPS, or at least before you could Force it.

For a better understanding of what I'm talking about, here are some screenshots, one of some of the HTTP files and the other one of the Warning Message I get.

I'm guessing there's a way to fix this? If anyone can let me know, I'd appreciate that.
I counted 8 HTTP files which appear all to be linked with the Theme.

Attached 2 File(s)
Attached Image Attached Image
try just putting an 's' at the end of http
They look like macros from the cyan skin.

In the macros, edit the image links and replace with

Putting an s on won't work as that is a legacy URL that doesn't support https; but it's not a problem since routes to the same place.

email: :: blog: John C.

This topic can be solved.
This topic has been solved. If you need anymore help please post a new thread. Thanks for choosing Jcink services.

email: :: blog: John C.
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