Loading Non-HTTPS / Insecure Content on the Visual Editor

Insecure Content: Non-HTTPS / "Mixed Content"

At the date, any web page delivering content over an unencrypted HTTP connection instead of a secure and encrypted HTTPS connection is considered as a web page with Insecure Content. 

Some web pages are delivered over a secure HTTPS connection, but they pull in images, scripts, or other resources via an unencrypted HTTP connection. Such web pages have “mixed content” because they’re not fully secure and are also considered as a web page with Insecure Content.

Visual Editor Warning

When we try to load a web identified as insecure by the browser on the Visual Editor, the following warning is presented:

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Some browsers allow bypassing this warning using small adjustments, detailed instructions below:

Google Chrome: Allow Insecure Content

  1. From a new browser window, navigate to: 
    chrome://settings/content/insecureContent 

  2. Under the section "Allow", click on "Add":
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  3. Fill the field Site with  [*.]app.convert.com and click on "Add".mceclip3.png
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  4. Please close all browser windows and open a fresh one, test loading the web in the Visual Editor.

Mozilla Firefox: Allow Insecure Content

  1.  From a new browser window, navigate to about:config and click on "Accept the Risk and Continue"mceclip5.png
  2. On the search bar type " security. mixed_content. block_active_content " and click on the button at the left side of the screen highlighted below:
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  3. The value will change from "false" to "true":
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  4. Please close all browser windows and open a fresh one, test loading the web in the Visual Editor.
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