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  1. #1
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    Secure Non-Secure Browser Warning
    Since the links provided by CJ are secure (http://...), the secure non-secure warning message comes up every time you click on a link within my site. Is there any way to prevent? It's making it awfully hard for my customers to click through to the merchant and it scares some away because of this message.

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    Affiliate Manager MINDsprinter's Avatar
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    Perhaps try making your pages secure, that might alleviate the issue.
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    Our pages are secure, thus the problem 'cuz CJ links aren't. Just got a response from CJ. They said I have to do 3 things to each link:
    1) Change the http:// to https://
    2) Change the server back to qksrv.net
    3) Change both of these for the img src part of the URL also.

    This is a lot of work.

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    A simple find and replace should do it. Good luck!
    Jason Rosenbaum
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    There was a thread on ABW a few weeks ago about search/replace editing tools, if you need one for lots and lots of links.

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    Question
    Quote Originally Posted by cparlier
    Our pages are secure, thus the problem 'cuz CJ links aren't. Just got a response from CJ. They said I have to do 3 things to each link:
    1) Change the http:// to https://
    2) Change the server back to qksrv.net
    3) Change both of these for the img src part of the URL also.

    This is a lot of work.
    1) Change the http:// to https://

    That should do it. I wonder why they want you to change back to qkserv links?

    Why would your entire page be secure? That wouldnt make any sense. Your pages should be http not https unless private information is being entered by your surfers like credit card numbers, name address etc.

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    If you use HTTPS links on the other domains, you get a security warning because the security certificate is issued to qksrv.net. If you use an HTTPS link on qksrv.net, it goes through fine.
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    Cool
    ok ..now I get it. If you do a Find Replace (do a test one first) you should be able to make the change in one click.

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