Resolving problems with mixed content

If you enable HTTPS for your web site but your site's HTML still references images, CSS, or JavaScript over HTTP, then your site is serving mixed content. Serving mixed content may make your site less secure and cause trouble loading assets.

To remove your site's mixed content, make sure all your assets are served over HTTPS by changing http:// to https:// in your site's HTML.

Assets are commonly found in the following locations:


  • If your site uses Jekyll, your HTML files will probably be found in the _layouts folder.
  • CSS is usually found in the <head> section of your HTML file.
  • JavaScript is usually found in the <head> section or just before the closing </body> tag.
  • Images are often found in the <body> section.


Tip: If you can't find your assets in your site's source files, try searching your site's source files for http in your text editor

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