On October 1, 2017 we will be forwarding all http:// requests to their https:// equivalent. Serving over HTTPS is now increasingly viewed as a best practice for user privacy and security. Starting later in October, the Google Chrome browser will label pages with a "Not secure" warning in the address bar when users enter data on an HTTP page. This will impact all UNLedu Framework pages (and hence all UNLcms pages) since the UNL site search bar is in the header of every page.
What You Need to Do
Below are UNL related examples of a more complete guide to fixing mixed content from Google.
What you want to see:
What you see if you have mixed content:
In the second example with the gray "i" icon, the page includes an image that is referenced with an HTTP address: <img src="http://parking.unl.edu/images/zip_logo_tag.svg" alt="zipcar logo" />
If the file is on the same site, you can remove the domain entirely like so: <img src="images/zip_logo_tag.svg" alt="zipcar logo" />
If the file is on another site, often the HTTPS version of the content already exists and this just requires adding an "s" to the URL - http:// to https://.
Finding the Specific Problem
The specific problem can be found by right clicking on the page, selecting "Inspect", then selecting "Console" in the panel that opens:
Also, Web Audit reports run after September 12 now include a Security section that will highlight these files.