- Forcing SSL for URLs (and the fallout) [1 Update]
- umiwangu <email@example.com> Feb 15 08:01AM -0800
I just starting using the instructions on this page (http://
support.microsoft.com/kb/239875). It's working well, except I know
that if all of the elements on my secure pages do not have secure
links, then the browser will warn that some elements are not secure.
Now, it's working well, except that I have a lot of #includes on the
page, and I'm guessing you can't include a full URL as an include
How does everyone else secure pages? Or should I stop using includes
on secure pages?
Thanks in advance.
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