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 PIE on Secure (https) pages not working. 
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Post PIE on Secure (https) pages not working.
My secure pages are not working w/ the PIE effects. Our webdesigner suggested placing the PIE.htc in ALL our directories and using a relative url in the stylesheet.

Is this the best way to have PIE appear on secure pages?


Wed Jan 19, 2011 9:08 pm
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Post Re: PIE on Secure (https) pages not working.
The only issue I'm aware of related to HTTPS is a "secure and nonsecure" warning generated by IE6; see viewtopic.php?f=3&t=128&p=494 -- but your description sounds more generic. As long as both the HTML page and PIE.htc are served from the same https domain there should not be a problem.

I'm not sure why it was suggested to you, but I would not recommend putting PIE.htc in every directory. While it would technically work and allow a stylesheet-relative path, it would be bad for performance because the browser would not be able to use a single cached copy, instead downloading the file again and again for every unique directory.

Perhaps you can explain your problem in more detail?


Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:19 pm
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Post Re: PIE on Secure (https) pages not working.
The effects of Pie are not working on our https pages. We do not get any warnings however....Let me know if this helps, I will also forward your response to our developer.


Fri Jan 21, 2011 5:34 am
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