Hi Marcel,
Just to let you know that you aren't alone with this issue.  It looks
to me that unique solution is to build you own share tweet button, but
you will miss the counter.


Or use a topsy retweet button instead

At least you will remove that ugly prompt window from your page, but
either of both solutions will brake your https page status since both
will access http  (unsecured)  information.

Hope this help,

On Mar 9, 2:56 pm, Marcel Stör <mar...@frightanic.com> wrote:
> The following code on an SSL protected page produces "invalid" code:
> <a href="http//twitter.com/share" class="twitter-share-button" data-
> text="my super text" data-url="https://mydomain.tld/foo.html"; data-
> count="none" data-via="myaccount" data-lang="en">Tweet</a><script
> type="text/javascript" src="http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";></
> script>
> Part of the Twitter code generated by by widget.js is:
> <iframe scrolling="no" frameborder="0" class="twitter-share-button
> twitter-count-none" tabindex="0" allowtransparency="true" src="https://
> platform0.twitter.com/widgets/tweet_button.html
> The problem with this is that the SSL certificate 
> athttps://platform0.twitter.com
> is not issued for *.twitter.com but for *.akamai.net
> (a248.e.akamai.net in my case). Needless to say that the tweet button
> is not rendered because the SSL connection fails - until I add a
> security exception in Firefox :-(
> Marcel

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