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Power Gallery not showing images with https

Thread began 8/16/2010 2:10 pm by mrobben375515 | Last modified 8/30/2010 3:02 pm by mrobben375515 | 575 views | 5 replies |

mrobben375515

Power Gallery not showing images with https

I've had a power gallery in a page working for a while, and just recently bought an ssl certificate for the site. Now when you go to that page IE gives me this message "do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?" If you hit yet the images don't show up, which is what most of my visitors will probably click. I've done a little research and looked at the souce from the webpage and saw that power gallery is pulling the images as http:// instead of . Is there a snippet of code somewhere that I need to change real quick? I already set the home url in the wa_settings to https and I don't know what else I can do. Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

changing the root url in the database should have fixed the issue.

most hosts have seperate folders for the regular site and the SSL site, are all of the images on the ssl server?

can you send a link where we can see the issue?

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mrobben375515

the url is yearbook_ideas.php

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Justin Nemeth

The page is loading for me in Chrome. Depending on your browser, it may be blocking the http content from loading on a http site. Can you double check the database setting, since the URLs still have http as the prefix which makes me think that is what the database still has for its URL prefix.

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mrobben375515

Yeah, it works fine in every browser but IE, which I wish they would just do away with. Seems like every code has to have a patch for it. I just double checked the database and it's set to https, but I think it might have to do with the fact that I created it when the PS2 site was up and I left the power gallery on the ftp when we updated to PS3. Do you think it's still set to http somewhere? I tried to check everything I know to look at...

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mrobben375515

I haven't gotten any response and it's been a long time! The content will display fine in every browser but IE because they instituted a new "security" option that when unsecured content is on an https page the viewer has the option to not see it. So somehow the pictures from my power gallery are showing as http and not https for the root directory, even though the root directory https in the database. What can I do to change this??

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