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Any way to get rid of an IE notification?

By newjughead ·
A website I visit often pauses loading unless i click yes or no the error reads:

(title:) Security warning
Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?
This webpage contains content that will no be delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage.


Is there anyway to avoid this?
below is the warning
http://img268.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=528092714_Error_122_76lo.JPG

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Which version of IE is this?????

by OH Smeg In reply to Any way to get rid of an ...

Also what are your Security Settings.

It's something to do with the Security Settings but how you alter this is dependant of which version of IE you are using and just maybe which OS is in use as well.

Col

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Agree with Col on this one...

which I let him answer first this time!! Anyway, it depends on the versions of
Windows and IE in use. One thing to keep in mind, if you reduce the security
level, you also open potential holes in your browser...that warning is there for
a reason other than just to annoy users!

ps...thought of something you might try, no guarantee it will work...
if you can determine the URL of the non-secured content being delivered,
you can try adding it to your "trusted sites" list. BEWARE...adding non
SSL content could result in cross-site script hijacking, so make sure you
know the site that is sending the content!

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