Mixed Content flag
Joseph Paul Hill writes via Zendesk: "The Office of Career Planning & Professional Development need hselp updating one of the images in our website header in order to be SSL compliant.
Our custom theme (gclibrary) has two images in the header: the GC logo and our office logo. The GC logo is currently being pulled from http://library.gc.cuny.edu/images/new/gc-library-logo-oct8-2014_01.png, which is resulting in a Mixed Content flag on every page of our website.
I've been told that, because we're using the library's old custom theme, we need help updating our header code.
I believe that simply adding an "s" to the http will do the trick. However, it might be better to no longer rely on an old image from the library's media library at all, so I uploaded a clean version of the GC logo to our own media library: https://careerplan.commons.gc.cuny.edu/wp-content/blogs.dir/2368/files/2019/06/GC_Header_Logo.png."
What do you advise? Thanks!
#1 Updated by Boone Gorges over 2 years ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Target version set to 1.15.5
I've made the change and deployed to the production site. https://github.com/cuny-academic-commons/cac/commit/181fe062870085c6dd54b55a7aed5ade517ef7d8 The mixed content notices seem to have gone away.