Displaying Secure Content on Internet Explorer

The secure content display for users on Internet Explorer version 8 has changed. The content on sites vts.inxpo.com, content.inxpo.com, and upload.inxpo.com are delivered through a secure content server (HTTPS). All nonsecure content (HTTP) delivered via sponsor space content will require a pop-up notification on Internet Explorer. The pop-up notification requires an appropriate action by the user to correctly display the sponsor space content.

  Versions of Internet Explorer 8:

The pop-up notification labeled "Security Warning" will display.

The prompt will read "Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely? This webpage contains content that will not be delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage." (NOTE: The prompt may also read that the page only displays nonsecure items")

Click "No" on the prompt.

The content will load appropriately.

Versions of Internet Explorer 9 & 10:
The pop-up notification labeled "Security Information" will display.

The prompt will read "Only secure content is displayed."

Click "Show all content" on the prompt.


The content will load appropriately.


Frequently Asked Questions:


Q: I clicked "Yes" on the prompt in IE8 and the page is not displaying correctly. How can I change my setting?
A: To correct the page display, logout of the event and log back in. Click on the appropriate tab content to force the security prompt. Click "No." The page will display correctly.

Q: How do I know which version of Internet Explorer I am using?
A:  In the top toolbar menu of your browser, find "Help." From within the "Help" menu, click on "About Internet Explorer." A new window will open and display your browser version.