> I do not know the answer, but for what it's worth I might run this by > the webhost provider and ask their suggestions. The support staff at > hostgator, bluehost and some others are pretty smart and probably have > run into this problem in the past. I did. And I quote: > The only solution to get rid of the SSL warnings when using an https:// address is to buy a valid certificate for your site. Dat's what we're doing now. :) Thanks.