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Page shows insecure content warning, but not for all users


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A customer's web page of their store (where credit card numbers are entered) is HTTPS. On my machine, and for several others, there are no content warnings; everything is HTTPS. For some users, the page shows that some content is insecure. How is this possible?


I should note there is a backstretch jQuery script in use, but I've set the background to always be HTTPS, so it doesn't make too much sense that this is the culprit.

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I have already corrected the issue by turning off backstretch on the offending page, so i'm not sure how you can reproduce it. At this point it's an issue with backstretch anyway.


I don't see a reason to post a link to my client's working site.

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