Lighthouse report; insecure requests found

Hi, when I to test my Website with the tool lighthouse on Chrome, comes this report;

All sites should be protected with HTTPS, even ones that don’t handle sensitive data. HTTPS prevents intruders from tampering with or passively listening in on the communications between your app and your users and is a prerequisite for HTTP/2 and many new web platform APIs. Learn more.

What I don’t Understand why to come this, I have my Website with https — the report to say that my images and URL do not use HTTPS. Screenshot from this warning;

I have to test my Website for https mistake with

Screenshot from it,

How to see, I have all gut, but the Tool lighthouse every time give me a similar result…

Can Please anyone help me with this problem, Thanks!

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That report is not about https, it is about using HTTP/2. I would not worry about it, you can read more in the links.

you know a solution of this probleme?, because the my Website is outside from my computer, I don know how implement it on the Webserver…

Ignore it if you aren’t going to use HTTP/2. It is a set of recommendations for building a progressive web app, you don’t have to implement them all and often can’t – here for example you don’t control the server and can’t switch it to use HTTP/2, so this is not something you should worry about, you can’t do anything about it.

I think you have right, I will try to find a solution, when nothing change, I will to let it…
Screenshot Report from the Toll Lighthouse,

I will my Website to see too on Mobile, I think with the report from Lighthouse I can it without problem…

You don’t need to test for PWAs, it doesn’t look like it is a PWA so no need to test it.
A PWA allows users to use your site offline, get push notifications, install it as if it was an app, and more… But it’s on the web, not something you get from the Google Play Store or something. :wink:

Thanks , I am since 10 days which to test (on Virtual machine…) my @media, as I thinking today Finish, i to test with Chrome and the thing very different…