Answered By: Gloria Shutter Last Updated: Mar 10, 2015 Views: 59
About mixed content
When you visit a secure web page (i.e., using HTTPS), your connection is encrypted with SSL. If the HTTPS page also includes content retrieved through a regular HTTP connection, the connection is only partially encrypted. This is called a web page with mixed content.
Viewing blocked mixed content
By default, mixed content is blocked in Internet Explorer (version 10+), Mozilla Firefox (version 23+) and Google Chrome (version 21+). When mixed content is blocked, you may see a blank page or a message saying that "Only secure content is displayed". To enable a browser to view blocked mixed content, follow the relevant instructions below.
To view mixed content in Internet Explorer:
- Scroll to the bottom of the screen, and click
Show all content.
- The page will refresh and display any mixed content.
To view mixed content in Firefox:
- At the top of the page, to the left of the address bar, click the shield icon.
- In the pop-up window that appears, click the down arrow next to "Keep Blocking", and select
Disable Protection on This Page.
- The page will refresh and display any mixed content. The shield icon will be replaced with a warning symbol to indicate that the page is displaying both secure and non-secure items.
To view mixed content in Chrome:
- Click the shield icon on the right side of the address bar.
- In the icon dialog box, click
- The page will refresh and display any mixed content. The URL in the address bar will show
httpscrossed out to indicate that the page is displaying both secure and non-secure items.