[resolved] Front page not showing as "Secure"

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I just successfully installed a Lets Encrypt cert via acme.sh. Thank you to Steve Phillips for providing the instructions.

When I view my site, I the the “https”, but I don’t get a green "I’m Secure’ type bar on the front page. All of the other pages show the green “I’m Secure”, jut not the front. Did something not deploy correctly?

My site is Joomla, v3.8.0.

Thank you.


When I view the site in Firefox, I get a message that say’s it not secure because of mixed content, e.g. images. I’m not sure why it say’s that, because the images being used are all local.

There is a link on the front page, but that shouldn’t keep the front page from being secure, should it?


There is one single image which is not loaded via HTTPS:

Mixed Content: The page at ‘https://usmcmta.org/’ was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure image ‘http://usmcmta.org/images/phocadownload/2017/Sept-Oct%20Newsletter.jpg’. This content should also be served over HTTPS.

Here is releavant part of HTML source (source of image inside link):

<div class="customtitle2 dark40 rounded"  >
	<a href="/phocadownload\newsletters\2017\Sept-Oct Newsletter.pdf"><img alt="Sept - Oct Newsletter" src="http://usmcmta.org/images/phocadownload/2017/Sept-Oct Newsletter.jpg" style="width: 153px; height: 198px;" /></a></p>

I just saw that as well and I have that fixed.

Thank you for your help.


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