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    icons over HTTPS

    Would it be possible to get the icon files via HTTPS? Our maps solution is running on an SSL connection. For talking to the API endpoints, I've been able to swap out http:// for https:// and it works fine. However, the icons are stored by Akamai and the certificate is invalid using an HTTPS address.

    Would Nokia be so kind as to provide an HTTPS location for the icons? At a minimum, the browser gets the mixed content icon in the location bar. At it's worst (IE), users get prompted to display "insecure" content.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Thanks for your feedback. We shall investigate this issue and get back to you soon.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    For a Nokia server, it would be simplest if they were just hosted and the server path was documented online Developers would know the server and we can do the work to modify the .icon path in our own development. Later on, you could include a .iconSSL property in the response, but until then just knowing the HTTPS path would work for developers so we can re-point to the right icons.

    As an alternative approach to Nokia putting together a server supporting HTTPS, a ZIP of all the icon files could be provided so that we could host the files ourselves? If you did this, my development approach would be to use the file name from a .icon property of the response and replace the part to Nokia servers to my own.

    A Nokia server supporting HTTPS would be ideal, but a ZIP of files would work great.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Hi, we would like to support https, we are currently investigating how we can make it happen

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Hi. Is there any update on this? It would be great if HTTPS icons were possible either allowing us to locally host them or having Nokia host them. IE users experience some odd annoying behavior where they have to approve HTTP images to be put onto an HTTPS page. The other browsers turn the address bar red to indicate mixed content.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    We are working on it at the moment.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Hello! Just checking in to see if there's a solution here. Our users on IE get quite confused by those security warnings in IE. All other map assets are in HTTPS, except the Places images. Ideas?

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    It is on progress and we will get back to you as soon it is done.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Thanks. I hope I not being a pest about it. Just keeping it on the radar It's just one of those small-ish needs that make the user experience run much smoother.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    We are pleased to announce you that we now support icons over HTTPS.

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    Re: icons over HTTPS

    Thanks! It works. Have to replace http with https

    item.icon.replace("http://","https://");

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