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I have rebuilt numerous navigational buttons into CSS (.button {backgroung-image ETC) to reduce the number of http requests.

It works fine (better loading time and so forth) except that the images are "seen" as unsecured.

My thought: Possibly move or copy the images in question from http to https.

But how?

I used MS Visual Web Developer and for some reasons can't figure how to do that.

Any ideas … suggestions … anything …?

Thank you.

Natasha (It is Sunday ... what are we all doing on line?)

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Hey I fixed the problem.

It was as simple as adding a "/" in front of my image file name in my CSS. That way it directed to secured files when https was requested.

Fo anyone interested:

a.button1{background-image:url('/images/l_btn01.gif');
display:block;
float:center;
height: 25px;
width:204px;}

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