Web Widgets are now HTTPS by default
As part of our continuing security initiatives, we've moved all Web Widget content to serve via https (secure) rather than just http. Most websites use https, so this will not affect anyone's normal browsing experience.
If you've got an Omnilert widget <script> on your website, no action should be needed.
Even if your website has an older Web Widget script with "http" in the URL, there should be no need to change anything as any "http" widget script URLs will automatically redirect to use "https".
So, the Omnilert widget <script> tag will load and display in your visitors' browsers as this change is transparent to a normal web browser.
However, if you're somehow using the widget in a "non-standard" fashion, e.g. you're parsing content outside of a normal web browser somehow, then you'll want to adjust any special "home-made" applications to use the https version of your script URL. (Just change "http" to "https" and it'll work.)
As always, we're here to help. Stay safe and connected!
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