If a secure HTTPS page has a canonical tag referencing the HTTP version, will this cause the message in the browser that the page is using unsecure elements and prevent the green lock icon appearing?
has the following canonical tag defined:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://wwww.example.com/" />
I know if that if other elements on a HTTPS page are called unsecured via HTTP you get the following warning in browsers:
As opposed to the lock icon:
Will this also happen if the canonical tag is using HTTP? I've read else where that it wont, but I'd like to see a live example.