September 1, 2019 at 15:50 UTC - Views: 19 #61468AnsweredDaveParticipant
I’ve officially lost what little hair I have left. For the life of me I can’t figure out what area of this page is preventing me from achieving a fully secure (https) identifier on my address bar. Seems like I’m secure everywhere else (remaining 5 pages), but this one page has be stumped! 🙁
I use Elementor and I’ve gone though each block item, step my step, checked all background images, links, etc. and nothing. I know we have heavy coders here (like Scrambler, who has helped me in the past), and I’m hopeful he (or someone with extensive coding knowledge like him) may assist … if wiling.
I have Extreme as my theme (on both my sites), and love every bit of it.
Here’s what I’m working on: https://jsvps.org/proof/
DavidSeptember 1, 2019 at 22:01 UTC - Views: 30 #61469Best AnswerWeaverKeymaster
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Your home page is trying to load:
You can see this by inspecting the loaded page, then looking at the error messages.
I suspect your caching plugin. Try clearing the cache, and then disable the cache plugin.
PS – looks like that image is the BG image with the storm blowing the palm trees right at the top, which is an Elementor section. Perhaps that section needs to be rebuilt or refreshed. Don’t know how Elementor is saving the image url.September 1, 2019 at 22:54 UTC - Views: 14 #61470DaveParticipant
Hello Mr. Weaver-
Thanks for the feedback, and you hit the nail on the head.
- I disabled the cache plugin after deleting the cache .. no success.
- I re-enabled the cache software .. no success
- I deleted the cache again .. no success
- I removed the background key-west image and .. SUCCESS!!
This eliminated my partial security flaw. Now I’m faced with the challenge of how to make this work (if possible). For the client, a hurricane background (I’m currently feeling outer bands here from Hurricane Dorian as I write this) would have been a nice touch.
Back to the drawing board.
Thanks again Mr. Weaver .. at least now I know what the issue was. I ironically I checked the image url and it has a https like all my other images. Maybe because it’s in the background? hmmmm..
DavidSeptember 1, 2019 at 23:02 UTC - Views: 13 #61471DaveParticipant
I removed the image as noted above, but then reinstalled it (based on your rebuilt suggestion). Well, this seems to have fixed the issue. The image is showing, but now I’m getting a full security icon unlike the partial one I had before.
Why this happened I have no idea (some web designer huh), but I’ll take it.
Thanks again, as I would have never found where to look hadn’t it not been for you.
DavidSeptember 1, 2019 at 23:34 UTC - Views: 12 #61472WeaverKeymaster
By reloading the image, it likely changed the url in the gallery settings.
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