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SSL Not Working - tdbnz - 2020-05-10

Hi Team

I have successfully added SSL to my site it works but when I am on forum it not displayed but I can see it on top level of domain and at admin url

I changed site URL to https:// in admin panel

I checked the forum templates also no luck 

Any advice would be appreciated as I want secure https:// to show

Thomas


RE: SSL Not Working - .m. - 2020-05-11

make sure that images also come from secured sources
[eg. logo.png has http protocol]

[check ssl]


RE: SSL Not Working - tdbnz - 2020-05-11

(2020-05-11, 04:17 AM).m. Wrote: make sure that images also come from secured sources
[eg. logo.png has http protocol]

[check ssl]

Logo.png is in images folder of Mybb  I looked at direct url of the logo.png and it is showing as https:// on the url


Yes my Domain says it has SSL  already 

Thomas


RE: SSL Not Working - Crazycat - 2020-05-11

You have an image in welcome block and in login modal which is not in https:
<p><img src="http://techland.x10host.com/forum/images/netpen/logo.png"  /></p>



RE: SSL Not Working - tdbnz - 2020-05-11

(2020-05-11, 06:53 AM)Crazycat Wrote: You have an image in welcome block and in login modal which is not in https:
<p><img src="http://techland.x10host.com/forum/images/netpen/logo.png"  /></p>

I had a look in all and only header_welcomeblock_guest I could see url as http:// so I changed to https://

still can't see any other place it would be in

Edit: it works when not logged in when logged it it goes not secure werid

Cheers

Thomas


RE: SSL Not Working - .m. - 2020-05-11

^ after logging in, look at source of forum index & search for http:


RE: SSL Not Working - tdbnz - 2020-05-11

(2020-05-11, 09:30 AM).m. Wrote: ^ after logging in, look at source of forum index & search for http:

Solved 

Thanks