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I just secured my web page with SSL, but the browser shows that not all of the resources are sent securely.

I tried:

  • commenting out any third party APIs from my web page
  • ensuring that all images are being served via the same server

it seems as if all of my content is being served from the same web host.

Is there a way to figure out which resources in my web page aren't being served securely without going through the entire site and all content piece by piece?

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In my case, I'm securing a small page that I developed on my own, but in the future I might be asked to secure an entire site that I'm less familiar with, which could make going through every resource one-by-one impractical.

  • figured out that my problem was an image in the style sheet, but that's not necessarily the answer. I only found this after commenting all resources in my webpage out and putting them back one by one. In a page much bigger than mine, this seems impractical. – J.Todd Oct 27 '14 at 0:56
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Use Firebug.

Open Firebug Click on the Console Tab and reload the page. Hover over each entry and the GET entry will display the URL it is retrieving.

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Chrome has the same functionality as Firebug only built in. If you are using Chrome you can open:

  1. Hamburger menu
  2. More tools
  3. Developer tools
  4. Network

Then refresh the page and hover over each item to see if it is https or not.

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