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paintbrush wrote:
https://www.callendales.com/contact.html

I've got to get on my other computer to look up the FB details, I'm pretty sure it was the last build before the most recent one. Looking on the site, I see I used an Iframe to hold the form, it's on SDrive.

The iframe markup points to http not https:

<div id="framecenter"><iframe name="lets-talk" marginWidth=0 marginHeight=0 src="http://www.callie.coffeecup.com/forms/lets-talk" frameBorder=0 width=100% height=711px scrolling=no></iframe></div>
</div>

On S-Drive we do not offer SSL services so you are going to get an alert there because the iframe markup is calling something over http.
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This is the actual error as reported by FF ...

http://gunsmoke.me/cloud/graphics/sslerror.png
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If I export and embed the form rather than use the Iframe and SDrive, will that take care of it?
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paintbrush wrote:
If I export and embed the form rather than use the Iframe and SDrive, will that take care of it?

Yes, because you will no longer be hard coding an HTTP link. You will be using a relative file path.
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Good deal, I'll do that. :D
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If you just add an SSL certificate to the site Google sees it as two distinct sites: http://yoursite.com and https://yoursite.com. Google would consider those two separate sites containing the same content and, therefore, would penalize one or both sites.

What is the best way to move a site to SSL?
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What is the best way to move a site to SSL?

Let your host deal with it. :lol:
Mine took a few tries to get it right, and that was with the 'pros' working on it. Glad I didn't have to figure it out on my own.

For duplicate content issues, you could use canonical tags:
https://support.google.com/webmasters/a … 4231?hl=en
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Adding a redirect from non-ssl to ssl can be done with .htaccess so the site will always be viewed as SSL.

Example:

rewriteengine on
RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.yoursiteurl.com/$1 [R,L]
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Gunsmoke wrote:
This is the actual error as reported by FF ...


and what Scott said is exactly on the money (what else?)

http://gunsmoke.me/cloud/graphics/sslerror.png

If you were to look at the associated certificate causing the error, it would most likely be the SSL assigned to that server which would suggest that no SSL is installed or the SSL is being accessed incorrectly.
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I thought that got straightened out months ago.
This SSL has been a big pain in the @$$. I even have problems sending email from my site address.
What to do about any of it is beyond me. :(
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