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    Have a small problem hopefully someone can help me with.
    We have recently did a new design on our website.
    First the old design used a combination of php, flash,and html coding. We used the same cert then has we are using now.
    No problems then.
    Now with new design all works but we have one problem.
    When you go to a secure page https, secure lock shows up like it should and all is sceure. When you select a non secure page from this secure page it goes to the non secure page but leaves https in the beginning of the url instead of http like it should this causes alot of problems with the non secure pages, this happens on all secure pages when exiting.
    Hopefully this explains it some and someone has a answer to the problem, here is a example once on the page click a link in header or footer they are all non secure urls you will see https in browser when it should be http.

    Example Page
    Working on mouse overs at the moment
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    Originally posted by webhost
    Have a small problem hopefully someone can help me with.
    We have recently did a new design on our website.
    First the old design used a combination of php, flash,and html coding. We used the same cert then has we are using now.
    No problems then.
    Now with new design all works but we have one problem.
    When you go to a secure page https, secure lock shows up like it should and all is sceure. When you select a non secure page from this secure page it goes to the non secure page but leaves https in the beginning of the url instead of http like it should this causes alot of problems with the non secure pages, this happens on all secure pages when exiting.
    Hopefully this explains it some and someone has a answer to the problem, here is a example once on the page click a link in header or footer they are all non secure urls you will see https in browser when it should be http.

    Example Page
    Working on mouse overs at the moment
    why don't you like it by doing http://www.webhost.com

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      First that is not my website webhost.com second on all cert pages you have to start them out with https

      No problem here though we have it working correctly
      Real Web Host

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