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commentics and https - warning, mixed content
#1

Hi,

I'm in the process of rewriting all code on my site (all secure https pages) so no warnings will show in FF or Chrome.  All pages work, except for my comments page.  At first I thought the culprit was the avatar image hosted by http://www.gravatar.com, but even after I changed it and hosted the image securely on my site, I still get mixed content pointing to www.gravatar.com.  I did not find a place where I could change/edit that.  Any ideas would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,
Sascha
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#2

Hi Sascha,

What version of Commentics are you using and can you provide a link to your page?

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#3

Hi Steven,

I am using version 3.0 and here is the link to my site:
https://dynomotion.com/reviews/

Thanks for your help,
Sascha
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#4

Hi Sascha,

It looks like an earlier version than 3.0. You can confirm by going to 'Reports -> Version'.

If that's the case, you'll need to change the 'http://' in this file:

/includes/template/head.php

And change the 'http://www.gravatar.com' in this file:

/includes/functions/comments.php

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#5

You're right, it is version 2.9.

However, I had done a full search for "http://www.gravatar.com" before posting here and it was not found in any of the php files.  There are references to http://www.facebook.com etc., but there is no gravatar anywhere.  Just double-checked again. 

Thank you,
Sascha
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#6

There isn't a version 2.9?

It's definitely in the files. If you want, PM me your FTP details and I'll change it.

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#7

Sorry for my late reply, but server went down last couple of days...

You're right, it's version 2.5.

I found the reference to http://www.gravatar.com in the comments.php and changed that, but I double-checked the head.php file again, and still cannot find anything named gravatar.com in there... I have attached the head.php file here.

Thanks again for your help,
Sascha
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#8

Forgot to attach the file...


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#9

If you look back again at my previous instructions, I only said to change 'http://' in that file.

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#10

Thank you again for all your help!

Sascha
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