Websites Are Not Displaying in the BuzzBar in Chrome
There is a UI-based work around, which is detailed below. You can also change this handling from the command line, if you're a command-line savvy user.
1. Open a Non-HTTPS Website in the BuzzBar
You'll get a blank screen inside the Buzzbar.
2. Click on the Shield Icon in the Upper Right Corner
3. Click 'Load Unsafe Script'
4. Go to the Next Site in Your List
The site should now display normally in the BuzzBar.
We're aware this is not the optimal solution, and will continue to monitor changes in how browsers handle mixed content loading in pursuit of better way to do this.
Websites are Not Displaying in the BuzzBar in Firefox
In August 2013, Firefox made an update to the browser settings, which allowed for the ability to control the display specific content in websites. As a result of these changes, websites in the Buzzbar are not displayed in Firefox. This can easily be corrected by adjusting your Firefox settings. A video detailing the steps along with printed instructions are below:
1. Open a new Firefox window.
2. In the location bar at the very top, type "about:config"
3. Click "I'll Be Careful" at the Warning Prompt
4. Search for the word "mixed"
5. Set security.mixed_content.block_active_content to false
6. Return to BuzzStream and reopen the BuzzBar.