Security warning “Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?”
When you are browsing a web page, you receive the security warning:
“Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?”
This problem can occur when HTTPS webpages use images, such as banners or product images from a HTTP site. The warning is shown because theoretically it would be possible the unsecured content can gain information from the protected (HTTPS) content. Using HTTP and HTTPS on the same page is known as ‘mixed content’.
However, if you know what you are doing this warning can be very, very annoying if it appears on every webpage you’re clicking. You can disable the warning by following the steps below:
1. Navigate to Tools > Internet Options
2. Open the Security tab
3. Select the Internet zone
4. Click on Custom level…
5. Under Miscellaneous, you can find Display mixed content
6. Select Enable
7. Click OK and click Yes if you receive the warning “Are you sure you want to change the settings for this zone?” and click OK again to close the Internet options windows.
All done now. You will not receive the warning again. If necessary, you can configure these setting for other zones too (like Local intranet or Trusted websites).
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