are accessing.

If you don't want it at all you can have it your way.

Open Internet Explorer and click the ools Menu then Internet Options.

Now select the security tab and the Custom button.

now scroll down the list until you come to Miscellaneous and under that heading you will find "Display mixed content". Right now yours is set to Prompt and you can either set it to Enable (same as answering "Yes" to the prompt or Disable (same as answering "No" to the prompt".

Here is complete information to assist you in making your decision:

Setting - Display mixed content
Default - Prompt


This setting controls permission to display both secure and non-secure content in the same page. This setting controls the appearance of the following message when Internet Explorer encounters a Website that contains both secure (https://) and nonsecure (http://) content.

"This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do you want to display the nonsecure items?"

If the "Display mixed content" setting is set to Enable, you cannot receive the preceding message and nonsecure content can be displayed. If the "Display mixed content" setting is set to Disable, you cannot receive the preceding message and nonsecure content cannot be displayed. Depending on the specific web site nonsecure content might well contain malware such as "Drive-by Installers" for keyloggers, data mining, password scavenging, etc. and the decision is yours.