Forum OpenACS Q&A: Templating System and HTTPS
I should let you know that we are running ACS 4.2 and ACS Templating 4.1.2 so the code is kind of old and perhaps has been fixed. I am hoping that someone knows about this and can point me in the right direction to fix it. Thanks.
I'm guessing the page is getting something from an insecure site via the master.
After reading your post I was doing some testing on Mozilla and it does show the secure icon, so it seems that IE is the only having the problem. However it does get solved by removing the <master> tag from the file. One thing I noticed is that while the IE is waiting for the request to come back it shows the secure icon, but as soon as the page is loaded the icon goes away.
any more ideas? and btw thanks for your reply ...
Are both mentioned images served? ie. can you see them when requesting via https, for example https://yourdomain.com/graphics/misc/logo.gif
If those work, try looking at the html resulting from the master. Maybe really broken page html throws it... such as two body tags or something..
I'll ask slightly differently.
If you request each image via https. Do you see the image? if not, might be a permissions problem.