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HTTPS photos

I received this message from my web hosting company. Is this true and when will you provide links to https photos

Yes, and we can install a free cert for you and set the site to use https:// However, there is going to be a problem, because all of the listing photos provided by your RETS vendor are linked using http:// and that will cause ALL browsers to complain about mixed content as soon we switch your site over, and some will even block any content that is not https:// As such you will need to get your MLS involved and get them to get their vendor (FNIS) to start using/storing https:// photo links in their RETS feed. They already support https:// but are simply not providing you with https:// photo links in the data they are provide you.

john's avatar
asked 2018-04-24 21:18:51 -0500
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What optional RETS GetObject request arguments should be used with location=1 to make the RETS server return https instead of http URIs?

john's avatar john (2018-05-02 19:44:28 -0500) edit
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Yes, it is true. If serving pages via https, and you have in your code requests to http, you will get warnings about mixed content. Either change the request from http to https, or just use // which will use whatever protocol you are serving your page. I would need specific code to help further.

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answered 2018-05-02 07:50:21 -0500
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