We've started seeing a number of computers with an annoying box that keeps popping up in Internet Explorer 8. It is the dialaog box that states:
Do you want to view only the webpage content that was deliverred securely?
This webpage contains content that will not be delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage."
It gets annoying after a while. I know Microsoft is trying to keep us safe from all sorts of bad stuff, but it appears to happen on web pages more often than not.So... How do we turn off this annoying box? It's actually pretty simple.
In Internet Explorer, click the Tools Menu then Internet Options.
Once in the Internet Options window, click the "Security" tab at the top. In the lower right, you'll see a "Custom" button. Click that custom button.
Once you click that Custom Level button, you'll be presented with a list of options. Careful here... don't get click crazy, you could mess things up for yourself.
Instead of getting click crazy, scroll about halfway down and find an option that says "Display Mixed Content". Once you find that option, click the "enabled" radio button to change it from "prompt".
Click "OK", then "OK" again which should bring you back to your Internet Explorer window. That should get rid of that annoying message for you!