Jeff, thanks for your response. How do you get to "developer tools"?
Also, how can I learn more about working with the API? I'd like to pursue
the last solution that you suggested, but I've never worked with API calls
On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 4:40 PM, Karlsen, Jeffrey <[log in to unmask]>
> There's an EBSCO service issue about this, SI 154875, that you can ask to
> be added to. I actually checked up on this the other day but there was no
> update. Ridiculous, right? If you look in developer tools, you see that the
> jackets come in with http:// explicitly declared.
> Will Sakai allow the search box to open results in a new window? Otherwise
> I don't see any solutions unless you were to use the API instead of
> EBSCOhost - if you did that you could change the protocol in the image url
> before it loaded.
> Jeff Karlsen
> Librarian & Library Dept Chair
> Sacramento City College
> (916) 558-2583
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> Kyle Breneman
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] EBSCO Discovery Service, HTTPS, and mixed content
> My library uses EDS and we've enabled HTTPS for our main EDS profile.
> Apparently EBSCO is using unsecured content to provide book cover images
> within EDS. This is a problem for us because we have a customized EDS
> search box within our LMS, but Sakai, which prefers secure content, will
> not load search results from EDS. Sakai says that there is mixed content.
> Has anyone else encountered this mixed content in EDS and been frustrated
> by it? Elegant solutions?
> P.S. I'm aware that some browsers still allow you to disable protections
> and view unsecured content, but that process is far from intuitive for most
> of our users.