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Im working on a website: which is all https.

I have 4 pages where weather forecasts are embedded using <object>, but the source page is http, and currently doesn't show any content.

An example url is

Can anyone help me to make this page and a few others Http so that the content shows, or are there any other workarounds?

Thanks in advance

What I have tried:

I've seen a few things online about editing the htaccess, but I'm new to this and could do with being walked through
Updated 21-May-18 9:35am

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Your link returns a "page not found" error, and you didn't show us any code.

But the general answer is simple: don't make your site insecure! Instead, use secure links for your weather forecast.

If the site you're loading the weather forecast from doesn't support HTTPS, then badger them until they do, or switch to a better site.

Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’ starting in July - The Verge[^]
Communicating the Dangers of Non-Secure HTTP | Mozilla Security Blog[^]
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