Take a look at the links and media within the document - in Firefox you can do this via Page Info. You'll see that several of your linked items - style sheets, images - are specifying "feed-back.com" rather than "www.feed-back.com". That is what is causing the issue with the certificate. Also be aware that you'll get similar warnings with any links within your stylesheets, for background-images and such. Hope that helps! -Robert- > hi everyone- > > i am a beginner hoping to find some help here. > > we host with bluehost whose server got hacked last friday and it has been > nothing but headaches since then. part of the site is a zen shopping cart > and now after i got almost everything back as it was before friday, we run > into the following issue: > > at the site http://www.feed-back.com there is a link on the right to the > shopping cart. when clicking this link in internet explorer (any version it > seems), a warning comes up regarding the certificate. i am on a mac, and my > warning on internet explorer is a bit different then the one on a pc, but > basically it seems to warn the viewer that there is a problem with the > security certificate on this site. > > in firefox, one gets the following message: you have attempted to establish > a connection with ³feed-back.com². However, the security certificate > presented belongs to ³www.feed-back.com². it is possible, though unlikely, > that someone may be trying to intercept your communication with this web > site.... > > i talked to bluehost and they can¹t figure out what is wrong. they say the > certificate is valid and they removed and re-installed it several times > without results.