How do I fix Insecure and Mixed Content warnings?

If you are seeing Insecure or Mixed Content warnings from Google Chrome, it is likely that you are experiencing HTTPS errors. To help you fix these errors, here is a quick step-by-step guide.

An Insecure and Mixed Content warning is a browser security feature that warns you that the site you are visiting is not using a secure protocol for its connection, or that its security may not be completely set up. This can be a serious problem and should warrant immediate attention.

Steps

  1. Make sure your domain is pointed to your host for “www” and “@”
  2. Make sure your SSL is properly installed
  3. If you are still having trouble contact Stack Host support

Troubleshooting Mixed Content Warnings

Objectives

  • Identify Mixed Content on your webpages
  • Remove or update URLs from HTTP to HTTPS
Search: http://example.com
Replace: https://example.com

Your website should not have any URLs for media or any other element with the prefix “http://.” Everything should be “https://.” You should search your website for “http://” and replace it with “https://.” If you have any questions or concerns, or just need a little bit more guidance on how to look out for and fix these issues, please do not hesitate to reach out to Stack Host support for assistance.

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