April 20, 2015 at 2:58 pm #4659
Worried about “Mixed Content Warning” on your HTTPS enabled website while using Google Chrome browser? It may not be good when a user checks your website as it tells them your website contains untrusted or contents from unverified sources that could harm their PCs. Google Chrome Developer team has released a github documentation to help you “remove mixed content warning” or disable it completely to show a clean green HTTPS label for your clients.
Blogs and Shopping websites that contains third party website contents may produce such signs to users browsing via Google Chrome browser. You can include a meta tag in your header now to disable mixed content warning on browser for your visitors.
[code]<meta http-equiv=”Content-Security-Policy” content=”upgrade-insecure-requests”>[/code]
Once you added the above meta tag to your <head> code, whenever the page renders it will automatically ignores the third party contents, images on your website that are not secure to be flagged separately. Your website SSL label will be clean and HTTPS sign will be visible to your visitors.
Do refer the google github developer documentation if you have any doubts. Thanks for reading and feel free to discuss below. Have a great day.