If you're running IE8, you may well be getting security warnings on every page of the website. This is due to poor website design on the part of DRI, but it is easy to stop the warning being displayed:
1. Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Security
2. Select the Security tab
3. Click the Custom Level button
4. In the Miscellaneous section change Display mixed content to Enable
For those that are interested (and particularly for the DRI web designers) here are more complete details as to why it happens and what should be done at the design stage to prevent it happening:
If you are developing a web site you cant expect your visitors to do this. It is better to fix the cause of the problem so that the warning is not displayed by default in IE 8. The only way to do this warning is to ensure that your HTTPS pages only access embedded resources using the HTTPS protocol. You can do this by following these steps:
Use a sniffer like HttpWatch that supports HTTPS and shows files being read from the browser cache. The free Basic Edition is sufficient for this because you only need to see the URLs being accessed.
Access the page causing the problem and click No when you see the security warning dialog.
Any HTTP resources shown in the HttpWatch window are the source of the problem; even if they loaded directly from the browser cache and didnt cause a network round trip.
HttpWatch can be obtained for free from:http://www.httpwatch.com/download/
The offending resurce on the DRI website is this Java Script:http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs...uery-ui.min.js
David and Sally Wells