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 I get security warnings in Internet Explorer after I uploaded a changed css‑file, why? Export knowledge base Export     SubscribeSubscribe      Show article info

The reason for this is probably due to the fact that you have included regular http resources in your css file, or faulty resources such as to local files on your computer. What happens in IE if you have a high security setting is that you'll see a warning message when IE tries to load the referenced resource.

The reason for this is that VisionProject is a secure web application using https to encrypt the data sent between your client (web browser) and the server. When including a non secure resource in a web page (using css in this case) it is deemed not secure and a warning is presented to the user.

To get around this problem you should move the resource to a secure web server and reference it using https instead of using http. You can also save it in the documents for your project, publish it to your support center, and then reference it in the css-file using the secure document link.

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