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rennick on Thursday, November 07 2013, 05:00 PM

SSL and Neutrino Template

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I'm using Yireo's SSLRedirect to allow me to use SSL on a single page (used to gather personal info) but with Google Chrome I'm getting a "crossed padlock" because of the Neutrino Template referencing a http: address (apparently where the copyright is located. Specifically:



http://www.themerepublic.com/themes">Joomla Templates by http://www.themerepublic.com">ThemeRepublic.com

Is there a simple way to have the http://www.themerepublic.com reference changed to https: ?

Thanks!
Bob
       
  • Replied by rennick on Thursday, November 07 2013, 07:25 PM · Hide · #1
    For now I think I'd like to modify the link. (Will it still work when set to https:?) so if you send me the link to the updated template, that'd be appreciated.

    Bob
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    Replied by zahir on Thursday, November 07 2013, 06:37 PM · Hide · #2
    Hi Rennick,

    You've got two choices:
    1. Modify the link above as you've described above so it access a secure url.
    2. Remove the link entirely by purchasing a link-free version.

    If you'd like to modify the url, let me know and I will send you a link to the updated template. If you'd prefer to remove the link altogether, you can purchase a link-free version of the template here: http://themerepublic.com/url/neutrino-link-removal
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