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Hi All,

 

I have just installed oscommerce and I am trying to use it for my website. The first problem that I encountered is that I cant seem to go to some of the pages. These include the account registration page, sign in page, accounts page, check out page, etc. Pages that start with "https" have problems. However if I enter the url manually and replacing the "https" with "http" it works.

 

I tried installing the certificate into the trusted sites category on my browser, disabling all security functions, etc. I even tried calling my ISP. However nothing seems to work. Is there anyway I can bypass the SSL? Or what is the problem?

 

I have just started learning PHP, thus I am not very experienced if it requires the change of the codings. Can anything be done on the administrative panel? I looked around the forum and I think there are people that is encountering the same problem as me. There were answers posted, but it requires the change of the codings, and they do not state which is the exact page that the codings should be changed.

 

I sincerely thank you in advance if anyone could provide me a step by step guide as to how I could rectify this problem. I am not very good with PHP so please do bear with my ignorance.

 

Thanks ALOT!~!

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Hi All,

 

I have just installed oscommerce and I am trying to use it for my website. The first problem that I encountered is that I cant seem to go to some of the pages. These include the account registration page, sign in page, accounts page, check out page, etc. Pages that start with "https" have problems. However if I enter the url manually and replacing the "https" with "http" it works.

 

I tried installing the certificate into the trusted sites category on my browser, disabling all security functions, etc. I even tried calling my ISP. However nothing seems to work. Is there anyway I can bypass the SSL? Or what is the problem?

 

I have just started learning PHP, thus I am not very experienced if it requires the change of the codings. Can anything be done on the administrative panel? I looked around the forum and I think there are people that is encountering the same problem as me. There were answers posted, but it requires the change of the codings, and they do not state which is the exact page that the codings should be changed.

 

I sincerely thank you in advance if anyone could provide me a step by step guide as to how I could rectify this problem. I am not very good with PHP so please do bear with my ignorance.

 

Thanks ALOT!~!

 

I had the exact same problem not so long ago. You need to set the SSL enable to false in the file includes/config.php. It's about line 17. I'm not sure whether you need to do this in the admin file as well, so try this one first, and if you still experience problems, try updating the admin version which is admin/includes/config.php.

 

Good luck!

 

Sorry... I should have mentioned that I believe the only way to do this is through the coding pages because you only get asked the option once to enable SSL and that's when you install osCommerce (or I did anyway). I'm no php coder either, but if you open the files as I have suggested, and change the text from 'true' to 'false', and the save your file over the existing one wherever you have them hosted, you shouldn't have any problems.

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Thanks damosh,

 

I have just started on the project. Considering if I re-install oscommerce, and get the settings right while installing, will it save me from editing the codes? (i.e. can i rectify the problem if I re-install oscommerce with the correct instructions?)

 

Thanks!

 

I had the exact same problem not so long ago.  You need to set the SSL enable to false in the file includes/config.php.  It's about line 17.  I'm not sure whether you need to do this in the admin file as well, so try this one first, and if you still experience problems, try updating the admin version which is admin/includes/config.php.

 

Good luck!

 

Sorry... I should have mentioned that I believe the only way to do this is through the coding pages because you only get asked the option once to enable SSL and that's when you install osCommerce (or I did anyway).  I'm no php coder either, but if you open the files as I have suggested, and change the text from 'true' to 'false', and the save your file over the existing one wherever you have them hosted, you shouldn't have any problems.

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Thanks damosh,

 

I have just started on the project. Considering if I re-install oscommerce, and get the settings right while installing, will it save me from editing the codes? (i.e. can i rectify the problem if I re-install oscommerce with the correct instructions?)

 

Thanks!

 

If you haven't already re-installed osCommerce, I suggest you don't. A re-install is a drastic measure to fix any problem, and they can almost always be fixed an easier way.

 

If you hope to learn osCommerce at all, you will need to learn to edit files. This is a great problem to start with because you only need to edit two files, and the change is simple.

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