This free tool will crawl an HTTPS-website (entire website, recursively, following internal links) and search for non-secure images, scripts and css-files that will trigger a "mixed content" warning message in browsers. The number of pages crawled is limited to 400 per website. The results are cached for 10 minutes.
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As you might know Google has announced that going HTTPS will give you a minor ranking boost. Lots of folks rushed into buying SSL-certificates and switching to HTTPS. But after enabling SSL on your webserver - remember to test your pages for "absolute" URLs that point to unsecure content - images and scripts.
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When an HTML page is loaded via a secure connection, but some embedded resources, like images, scripts and styles are loaded from non-secure origins, browsers show "unsecure site" error message, scaring your users away.