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    Well Haiko:

    I have now waited @#!*%# 7 weeks for the trusted merchant status, patient enough don't you think?

    Who can I compalin to now.

    cheers,

    sharon

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    You can only complain to me, who can I complain to?
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    I am not sure I understand, wildcat is a software program.

    Cheers,

    Sharon

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    It shows that many of your images aren't secure and on every page of the checkout the end use is going to get that warning and that affects conversions like an elephant sitting on a flea. You should fix that before anything else.

    I'm not going to ask you if you saw my thread about eBates, but let me just say that even companies who are coupons only were being over written so on Wednesday or sooner I'm going to ask all applicants and recipients of the seal to confirm they are NOT in any sort of downloadable app and then upload the revised list.
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    Hey Haiko:

    Many thanks for the information, we are actually changing over software compaines to a better platform.

    I do have a though, if the images are not secure can a parasite steel someelse's sale because that is important for our company.

    Let me know.

    Cheers,

    Sharon

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    No, they can't I was only pointing out that it would be not a wise decision financially for anyone (affiliate or end user) to see an un-secure cart. That should be priority 1 on the fix list and ASAP.
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    Changing to a new hosting platform may solve the problem. Though note that it should be straightforward to fix the problem without changing to a new hosting platform. IE pops up the "contains both secure and nonsecure items" message because 1) the main web site is being accessed via https:// while 2) some of the images are being accessed by ordinary http:// URLs (note no "s").

    Fix this by changing your web page template to give relative links to images (/images/template/shoppingcart.gif or whatever) rather than absolute links ( http://www.wildcatsitebuilder.com/store/images/... ). Then IE will automatically load the images securely and won't show the error message.

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    ABW Founder Haiko de Poel, Jr.'s Avatar
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    Actually, all she needs to do is make sure that the images are all https and called absolutely, not relatively as the cart is on another server.
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    Many thanks for the input, actually I know where the problem lies - it's the software company, if it's there image it's on a secure platform but when I add my images different story.

    Yeh we are having a custom system build, so the developers will easily fix this.

    Cheers,

    Sharon


    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Ben Edelman:
    Changing to a new hosting platform may solve the problem. Though note that it should be straightforward to fix the problem without changing to a new hosting platform. IE pops up the "contains both secure and nonsecure items" message because 1) the main web site is being accessed via https:// while 2) some of the images are being accessed by ordinary http:// URLs (note no "s").

    Fix this by changing your web page template to give relative links to images (/images/template/shoppingcart.gif or whatever) rather than absolute links ( http://www.wildcatsitebuilder.com/store/images/... ). Then IE will automatically load the images securely and won't show the error message. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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