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Wednesday, October 24th 2018, 7:21pm

360 panorama blocked by browser (unsecure scripts)

Hi. I'm trying to embed a 360 Panorama into a learning unit of a LMS.
It works, but there's the need to make the user override security warnings from their browsers to make the content work, which, of course, it is not the expected behavior.
I tried uploading the panorama to a server with SSL, but the result was a faulting panorama. Doesn't load.

Can you help me to make this work please?
Here's the working panorama: http://academytic.co/Mision/

Here's the attempt on a secure server: https://blogdeldia.com/test/

Here's the working panorama embedded into the learning unit on a LMS: https://r-bayona.elmg.net/outils/parcour…d_p=22&id_sco=1 (user and password is "test")
According to Chrome's alert, it is about running an "unsecure script". I don't know if it is about the SSL/non SSL call or if it about the script itself.

Can you help me?

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Friday, October 26th 2018, 12:27am

Hi rebayona,

It's server configuration for HTTPS://, which does not allow to download any image (png, jpg,...).
Not sure where to start with. I found web.config on the root of the server and replacing http:// with https:// in

Source code

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		            <error statusCode="404" prefixLanguageFilePath="" path="https://www.mydomain.com" responseMode="Redirect" />
		            <error statusCode="403" prefixLanguageFilePath="" path="https://www.mydomain.com" responseMode="Redirect" />

solved the problem.

Pavel

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Monday, November 5th 2018, 1:01pm

Hi,

that reason is the HTTP into HTTPS embedding.

'Insecure' content into 'secure' content is not allowed by many today browsers.

That means the source site should be also a HTTPS one.

Best regards,
Klaus