I need to make my website secure in order to use webRTC (Real Time Comms)

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I am developing a web app which requires audio from the user's mic. I think I have changed the website so that it is https://, but I still get the error from my JavaScript code that a request returns undefined.

I have been told (Stack Overflow) that a check revealed (using window.isSecureContext possibly) it is not secure.

So how do I make it "secure" please?

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Thanks for the response. I'm sorry but I don't know what is meant by "mixed content errors" - can you explain please?

I didn't know about redirecting - but I don't understand what is required in that article.

I did make some request in AMP (I think) to get inmotion to change my website to https, but whatever I did has not worked!

Sorry about that. You can use https://www.whynopadlock.com/ to check for mixed content errors. It may not be related, though. Regardless of your browser, you should be able to use the F12 key to view developer tools and select Console to view errors. I recommend you contact Live Support for further assistance as we cannot modify your account from this platform.

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rob

Thanks for the response. I'm sorry but I don't know what is meant by "mixed content errors" - can you explain please?

I didn't know about redirecting - but I don't understand what is required in that article.

I did make some request in AMP (I think) to get inmotion to change my website to https, but whatever I did has not worked!

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JT S.
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Hello and thanks for contacting us. Have you checked your browser console for mixed content errors? Also, did you redirect your website to HTTPS.