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    CJ Pop Up Security Settings
    Can someone please tell me how to get rid of the pop up window that says "This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do u wish to display the nonsecure items".. How do I change my settings to keep that from popping up everytime I try to get a product? Somebody was nice enough to tell me how last year, but I have a new computer and the same thing is happening again. I can't recall how or what I did to get rid of it. Thanks.

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    in explorer click tools/internet options/advanced and all the way at the bottom you'll see warn if changing between secure and not secure mode.

    If this is checked uncheck it

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    Thanks for the quick reply. However on following your instructions that security box is NOT checked and it still is popping up on me. Anytime I try to get a link it pops up, and if i prefer to pick the advanced link options it will pop up 4 different times before I'm ready to copy the html code. Any other suggestions?

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    general fuq mrbshouse's Avatar
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    What OS and browser are you using (try a different browser to see if that helps in the mena time)

    Do you have any additional security software in place?

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    I have Windows XP and was using the latest Internet Explorer browser. Any suggestions on the best alternate browser?

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    For CJ, in my experience, Netscape 7.0 is the best
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    general fuq mrbshouse's Avatar
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    that's got to be Firefox at mozilla.com they have lots of plug ins that will help with web design and SEO stuff too.

    just checked the get product info like your doing ...got the same thing in exploder, could be part of the new security center that they installed to "help me" during my most recent update or it could be a bug with the new update cj just made

    in any event it's not an issue with firefox.

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    Firefox gets my vote as well. They have some very cool plug ins that are perfect for Webmasters, for instance the http header plug in. Nice when you want to verify your server is returning a certain http code.

    Andy

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    general fuq mrbshouse's Avatar
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    Andy,

    that's just the start ;-)

    Quicknote
    searchstatus (google pr in status bar)
    bettersearch (quick search in many search engines)
    arinsearch highlight the ip and click
    htmlvalidator (based on tidy)
    linkchecker (does what it says)
    and SEOpen (got see it for yourself)

    are my favorites...real time savers!

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