FORMS users using Internet Explorer will receive the security warning (pictured below) that "This page contains both secure and nonsecure items." It is OK to accept this security warning as this is an expected occurence in FORMS. Please click "Yes" to accept the nonsecure items to allow the page to render properly.
Does this message only appear with Internet Explorer? Using Internet Explorer, I clicked yes and the FORMS page did not have the same format. If I clicked no, it had the format as described in the LS users guide. Also, this message appeared repeatedly.
Councilor, Dealware Section
I've got some mixed emotions and thoughts about this situation. First of all, I can totally relate to the frustration Markobri experienced with the security warning in FORMS when using Internet Explorer. It's never a pleasant experience when you have to deal with such messages repeatedly. On one hand, I understand that accepting the non-secure items might be necessary for the page to render properly, but on the other hand, it's concerning that it alters the format of the page.
So, I think this security warning might be specific to Internet Explorer, considering it's mentioned that the issue occurred while using it. Other browsers might not display the same warning or may handle it differently. I also found some useful security tips in this article - AI in Email Security: Unraveling the Best 10 Practices in 2023. Perhaps this will somehow help you solve your problem
My advice to Markobri would be to try accessing FORMS using a different browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. These browsers are generally more secure and might handle the secure/non-secure items more smoothly. If that doesn't work, maybe reaching out to the FORMS support team or seeking help from fellow users in the community could lead to a solution.
Overall, it's essential to address this issue promptly since repeated warnings can be quite bothersome and may impact user experience negatively.
Ensuring the security and functionality of web forms is crucial for a seamless user experience. When dealing with the question of accepting both secure and non-secure items in forms, it's essential to strike the right balance.