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2012-05-24 6:00 pm
I took a look at your page using the following link: "https://yourtnt.com." I verified the certificate as working. You can verify that here: SSL Shopper- SSL Checker Tools. However, the problem is that you have multiple references or graphics that are coming from non-secure locations. You can either go through ALL of your code and change any HTTP references to HTTPS, or you can code your .htaccess file to force your links to use HTTPS. This is assuming that ALL of elements on your website are coming from the server here. Sometimes, some graphic links or other links may reference an outside file. If that is the case, then you may need to move the file. It would be best to have ALL of the files on your server before applying code that would force all URLs to use the HTTPS. You can use the following article to force .htaccess:
Force Website to Use SSL
I hope this helps to clarify the issue for you. If you want to see the links that I'm referring to on your page, you can either simply load up your code, or the page in a browser and then use VIEW SOURCE. Search for "http" and you'll see what's causing your site to appear not completely secure.
If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.
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