This is considered a mixed content message. This message may appear on a secure page with an SSL certificate that contains content which is not secure. For example, perhaps you added an image with a URL of http instead of https. A secure page is expecting any links or images to have an https link. If a link or image has http instead of https, a mixed content error may appear in your browser.

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To identify which pieces of content are triggering the error:
  1. While in Google Chrome, click F12 on your keyboard to open the developer's console
  2. When the console opens, click the Console tab
    • Note: within the Console tab, you will likely see a URL or multiple URLs that are highlighted in red. After you note the highlighted URLs prompting the mixed content error, locate your corresponding content on the NetCommunity page and ensure the URL has https instead of http. The steps to do so will vary depending on which content is triggering the error.