I have a web site mostly access through regular HTTP and a login page running over a secure connection (HTTPS) for obvious security reasons (nobody likes to their multi-purpose duplicate passwords running in plain text over the internet :-).
This setup works fine, but I get this annoying popup in IE:
Do you want to access only the secured content on this page?
This web page contains content which will not be acessed using a secure HTTPS connection. This presents a security risk for the entire web page.
Yes / No / More information
(Caveat: this is my own translation from French, so the actual wording my be different in English).
There is no apparent "don't ask me again" option. How do I disable this warning (preferably only for this web page) or prevent it from appearing?
Acceptable solutions include modifying the web page itself or local settings in the browser. I don't normally use IE, but I still find this annoying while testing.
Note: I know the obvious solution is to serve the static content over HTTPS, but I'd prefer not having to do that.