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5 months 2 weeks ago #38169 by Justin Kerr
Hi!
I have the latest version of JUX Weather Forecast up and running on my website. It looks pretty good!

However, I noted an "insecure warning" in my Chrome address bar, and looking at the console warnings, I see:

Mixed Content: The page at ' mckinleypark.news/ ' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure image ' files.elfsight.com/storage/_assets/weather/bg-images/04d.jpg '. This content should also be served over HTTPS.

Given that this module appears on most pages, and that Chrome won't display the "lock" icon to end users in this situation, I'd like to get this corrected. Do you have a fix? Thanks in advance!

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5 months 2 weeks ago #38176 by HienHC
Hi
I will guide you to edit it.
You open up your code.
Enter the path: \ modules \ mod_jux_weather_forecast \ assets \ js \ weather_elfsight.js
You find the line 17229
with paragraph: http: //
edit: https: //
thanks

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5 months 2 weeks ago #38182 by Justin Kerr
Hello!

Thank you for your quick and helpful support.

I was able to edit the weather_elfsight.js file as instructed, and after waiting a little bit to let all the various levels of caching to clear, I now see the change on the site's front end, and I get the nice lock icon in Chrome.

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5 months 2 weeks ago #38188 by HienHC
Hi
Thanks for your feedback.
You have any further questions you can contact us.
thanks

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