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Jason asked on 14 Nov 2008, 03:03 PM
Hi,

I was testing my work using https and it seems that the control is performing a http get on a gif on the control.
When I used a sniffer, I found this file doing an http get
http 200
host: wwww.telerik.com
url:/help/aspnet-ajax/images/copycode.gif

It seems it is only happening on IE6 but not on IE7. This is causing my website to prompt for secure and nonsecure items.

thanks.

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Rumen
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answered on 14 Nov 2008, 05:36 PM
Hi Jason,

Could you please, open a support ticket and send a sample working project that demonstrates the problem? Please, include instructions how to reproduce the problem on our end.

Once we reproduce the problem, we will do our best to help.

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answered on 17 Nov 2008, 07:42 PM
Ok. I can replicate now the problem in a simple command. It has something to do with one of your javascript commands, the set_mode function.
I am using the set_mode function to switch my editor from editable to readonly and vice versa. When I do that, it seems that it is trying to get something that is non-secure. Below is my code when I tested it in my software. I could give you the entire code but it is just a simple call to the set_mode when you are in https and you will get the prompt security information, you are displaying both secure and non-secure items.

NOTE: This is only happening in IE6.

        function OnClientLoad(editor, args)  
        {  
            editor.set_mode(4);                           
        

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Rumen
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answered on 18 Nov 2008, 04:30 PM
Hi Jason,

Thank you for the additional information which helped us to reproduce the problem in IE 6.

Unfortunately we were not able to research this IE6 browser problem because when we started Fiddler then the browser stopped to throw the warning message about the secure and not secure items.

We believe that this is a browser bug, which is fixed in Internet Explorer 7. The problem does not exist in Firefox too.

We also logged the problem in our bug tracking system and if we found what is causing it in IE6, we will do our best to fix it.

Best regards,
Rumen
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