Google Chrome, by default, blocks insecure content on secure pages. Is there any way to allow it to load the full content and have it ask me (like Firefox does)? Even if it doesn't ask me and just loads it that is OK with me.
When you visit a secure page with insecure content, a shield icon will appear at the right edge of the omnibar.
Click on the shield icon, and then click Load anyway, and the insecure content will be loaded.
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Start Chrome with the switch
or add this to Chrome's shortcut like so:
and it will load insecure content automatically.
Note: I don't approve that you do this, but you have asked for this, hence I'm providing you with a way to do it
on a mac, you can create an applescript application in applesript editor with following contents:
when you save it as an application, you can assign chrome icon to it :)
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