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Old Apr 15, 2013, 02:53 AM   #1
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Help with IE10 issue?

I know this isn't Mac related but I have to test sites across browsers and OSs and IE10 is throwing a blank page when I try to access the https side of the site.

With IE9 as the version in the inspector it works just fine, but IE10 throws a blank page.

The certificate is valid.

Btw, Chrome says that there is a certificate, but elements in the page may be unsafe, maybe that's what's causing IE10 to go crazy?
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Old Apr 15, 2013, 09:12 AM   #2
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I know this isn't Mac related but I have to test sites across browsers and OSs and IE10 is throwing a blank page when I try to access the https side of the site.

With IE9 as the version in the inspector it works just fine, but IE10 throws a blank page.

The certificate is valid.

Btw, Chrome says that there is a certificate, but elements in the page may be unsafe, maybe that's what's causing IE10 to go crazy?
Are you possibly linking to any files without https, such as images, css, js?
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Microsoft help for displaying mixed content (SSL vs. non-SSL):

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2625928

The article also applies to 9 and 10 as noted in the bottom of it.
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