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    Junior Member sickmonkeystudios's Avatar
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    Iframe issue when using a 301 redirect

    Ok this is a strange issue. I have searched for a few hours and found no solution online so I thought I would try here to see if any of you have had the same issue and maybe found a work around. So here it is. I am the webmaster for a small jewelry store. The website was built by someone else but I took over a couple years ago. While do SEO work we noticed that we should move everything from http to https. Cool no problem went into the .htaccess wrote the 301 redirect works great. Run my SEMrush report now i have issues with mixed content. SO upon further digging this is what i found. When the server is redirecting the page to https instead of keeping the original Iframe code from the original source it is pulling the Iframe from my http page. Here is the code:

    Original code from http page:
    <iframe width="100%" height="7000px" frameborder="1"src="https://houstonjewelry-frame-categoryembed.jewelershowcase.com/browse/wedding-and-engagement/engagements/vintage-and-sculptural/set"></iframe>

    Code from the redirected https page:
    <noscript><iframe src="http://www.houstonjewelry.com/engagement-rings.php"
    height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden"></iframe></noscript>

    We use dreamweaver with css with php pages. Any tip would be greatly appreciated.

    EDIT: Never mind there was some a second hidden Iframe in the code problem has been resolved
    Last edited by sickmonkeystudios; Nov 28th, 2017 at 02:54 PM.

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