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Has this functionality been disabled now?

Going to just shows the description, but I can't see anything on the page that would allow a new badge to be generated



  • saylingsayling Posts: 9
    Okay, it seems to be back now... however, now that I've regenerated a new badge, the same issue seems to exist - namely, when the badge code is used on a secure site, it gets blocked because the call to download TeamViewerQS.exe points to an http protocol rather than https

    I can't see how I can get round this :(
  • JoshPJoshP Posts: 398 Senior Moderator

    Hello @sayling 

    Thank you for your post.

    I was unable to replicate this; all links I see in the button code refer to the "https://" secure links.

    2019-04-01 12_12_14-TeamViewer - link us.png

    I tested with various button options as well. Could you please let me know if the issue persists for you?

    Senior Community Moderator
  • saylingsayling Posts: 9

    I'm afraid it does persist, @JoshP ...

    Viewing the page through Chrome, when the badge is clicked, the URL address bar gets a black and white shield with a white cross on a red background - clicking on that advises the page is trying to load scripts from unauthenticated sources. Opening the Develop Tools, the error displayed is:

    Mixed Content: The page at '' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure resource ''. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.

    Hope this helps identify the issue - the bold is my highlighting.

    Here's the code used for my badge:

    <!-- TeamViewer Logo (generated at -->
    <div style="position:relative; width:120px; height:60px;">
    <a href="**Please do not post TeamViewer IDs**" style="text-decoration:none;">
    <img src="**Please do not post TeamViewer IDs**" alt="Remote Access and Support over the Internet with TeamViewer" title="Remote Access and Support over the Internet with TeamViewer" border="0" width="120" height="60" />
    <span style="position:absolute; top:25.5px; left:50px; display:block; cursor:pointer; color:White; font-family:Arial; font-size:11px; line-height:1.2em; font-weight:bold; text-align:center; width:70px;">
    Let me do IT with you...
  • saylingsayling Posts: 9

    Hi @JoshP 

    Any further news on this?


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