When visiting a secure web page (i.e., using HTTPS), our connection is encrypted with SSL. If the HTTPS page also includes content retrieved from a regular HTTP connection, the connection is only partially encrypted. This called a web page with mixed content.

If our website delivers HTTPS pages, all active mixed content delivered via HTTP on this pages will be blocked by default or its not loaded. For Consequences, our website may appear broken to readers (if iframes or plugins or images don't load, etc.).

How to Avoid Mixed Content?

The simple way is to start using web service that work with https. For example, we will use an image that we will display in our blog post, we must use a service that can run on https, which will later look like the https://example.com/images.jpg or if you take the picture address from a website, make sure it uses https too.

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