I recently switches to HTTPS with a free certificate from WoSign (https://buy.wosign.com/free/ definitely recommend it because it provides free SSL for up to 3 year and free renewal and multiple domains on one certificate all FREE) and I've been encountering some problems because of it.

All the browsers keep saying that my page has some unsafe content/script, which is totally NOT true. When I agree to view the "unsafe" scripts my fonts just load. When it's "safe" my fonts are just disabled...

Any way I can fix this problem?


Here is an as you can see I have HTTPS with green lock. When I load the "unsafe" scripts my fonts just load.

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It sounds as though you're still loading your scripts over http links, not https. Which is in fact unsafe, and the browser is correct to warn you. The fix is to make sure that all resources on the page are loaded over https.

  • I had this problem and i resolved it. Before I solved it I was able to go to HTTPS but with a yellow thing next to the SSL lock, but now it is totally green. In my .html file, I only have HTTPS link, no HTTP! So that's not the problem – SuperTurk10 Jul 11 '15 at 16:36
  • OK, can you edit your question to include some screenshots of the browser warnings. – Mike Scott Jul 11 '15 at 16:40
  • I added a image – SuperTurk10 Jul 11 '15 at 16:51
  • This support article confirms that the error is there is insecure content on the page that is getting blocked. Can you share the URL? – heavyd Jul 11 '15 at 16:58
  • In Chrome, you can use the Developer Tools (F12) on the Network tab to see what content was blocked. The connection will show as (failed). – heavyd Jul 11 '15 at 17:07

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