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My website has an SSL and is showing as secure in Safari, but Firefox gives a grey triangle warning?

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Hi,

My website has an SSL from Dreamhost and is forcing SSL in Wordpress. The web address is set to HTTPS. Everything works perfectly in Safari and the lock icon is showing up. In Firefox however, the "Gray Warning Triangle" shows up in the address bar. When I click the triangle and "Page Info", it shows I have a certificate. How do I make the lock icon show? I have a Wordpress site and will be selling product on it, so it needs to show as secure.

Thanks.

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thanks, got it. you have a few image elements at the page which aren't loaded through https and which will break the secure connection indicator. in firefox you can press ctrl+shift+k to open the web console - in there make sure that you're logging security notices. then it will show you which elements are affected while you re/load a page...

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hello, can you provide a url for the site?

edit: Gray warning triangle

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Set you a private message. We're not ready for the world to see the site yet, so I didn't want to post it. Thanks.

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thanks, got it. you have a few image elements at the page which aren't loaded through https and which will break the secure connection indicator. in firefox you can press ctrl+shift+k to open the web console - in there make sure that you're logging security notices. then it will show you which elements are affected while you re/load a page...

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Thank you so much! I changed all my images from "http://www..." to just "/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/example.jpg" and it fixed it. You're a life saver!

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Note that you can also leave out the protocol name (https or http) and only leave the two slashes (//www.xxx) to make browser apply the currently used protocol.