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I have a site that is fully SSL enabled (no mixed modes enabled). But whenever I try to submit a form suddenly I see that the browser pad lock icon shows a warning that a non-secure communication is made. I have debugged the traffic using FIDDLER and saw that non-secure http requests are being triggered on clicking the submit button. (I have attached the FIDDLER images. Non secure requests are highlighted in Bold.) Please help.
Note 1:- Am using Google chrome browser. I have confirmed with fiddler that the non-secure http request is made during every form submission.
Note 2:- I am not using any extra modules to enable SSL in my site. I am using just APACHE mod_rewrite directives in my .htaccess file for enabling site wide SSL.