Created new web site and everything works perfect under the HTTP: URL, but when I change it to the HTTPS: URL, the images (and style sheet) don't appear.
The server logs report:
"GET /images/photo.jpg HTTP/1.1" 403 219 "https://www.mydomain.com"
"GET /css/stylesheet.css HTTP/1.1" 403 219 "https://www.mydomain.com"
But, everything looks PERFECT using the [mydomain.com...] (and gives a 200 code in server log)
I've seen others with a similar problem, but they are using specific shopping carts. For the moment, this is just an ordinary page with a couple images with an SSL. (Eventually it will be an e-commerce site).
(This is a GoDaddy Virtual Dedicated server running Apache 2.2 & Fedora Core 6 + mod_ssl 2.2. I have FULL access to all files and directories on this server.)
I'm gonna bet this is probably just a simple configuration file setting, but I'm kinda lost where to go from here. I think I understand that the request must be an HTTPS request and not an HTTP request, and the log files report an HTTP request. I've changed the URL in the web page to directly call the link as
(ex: https://www.mydomain.com/images/picture.jpg) but it doesn't fix it and the server logs still show 403 errors.
Somehow I need to change the HTTP request to an HTTPS request, right? If so, How? Maybe it's a permission setting? It's something stupid and simple, I just know it!
Thanks in advance!
~Mike (SSL newbie)