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rus3439

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Hi,

Every time i click on any buttons I get a security window pop up asking if i want to display secure or nonsecure items. HOw do i get rid of this.

Thanks,

 

Go to My Webpage to see this.

 

Thanks,

ruslan

We are not that rich to buy cheap things

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Well, your first problem is that your configure.php files are incorrectly set up for ssl. They are set for a full ssl e.g. https://www.yourdomain.com - when you only have a shared ssl from PowWeb.

 

The second point is that you have a flash header and flash files have two http links in them, one to Macromedia itself and one to the Flash Plug-In download site. They need to be set to https to get rid of the mixed content warning.

 

Vger

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Do what RHEA says above first. She tends to be much smarter than me..... :-)

 

On https pages you have a mix of content from http and https.

 

Some of the images on the Myaccount page have "full" paths to the image with http as part of the URL. Your base ref on that page is https......

 

Look at the templates (I see you have STS installed) you have created and remove the "hard" coded URL and just refer to the image using image/xxxxx.jpg etc.

 

HTH

Tom

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The second point is that you have a flash header and flash files have two http links in them, one to Macromedia itself and one to the Flash Plug-In download site. They need to be set to https to get rid of the mixed content warning.

 

OK, I have exactly the same problem. I tested my site (HERE) with the orgiginal ocCommerce banner, and it is working fime. With my own banner, i get the security alert.

 

They need to be set to https"

How do I do set my banner to HTTPS ?

 

Thanx for any help.

Haru :(

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Well, your first problem is that your configure.php files are incorrectly set up for ssl.  They are set for a full ssl e.g. https://www.yourdomain.com - when you only have a shared ssl from PowWeb.

 

The second point is that you have a flash header and flash files have two http links in them, one to Macromedia itself and one to the Flash Plug-In download site.  They need to be set to https to get rid of the mixed content warning.

 

Vger

Hi,

I did what you suggested and it seems to be working now. It shows pop up that says "This page displays secure and non secure items..." . This should be there right?

Can you please check:

My Webpage and click on "My account" or "Checkotu " button.

 

Thanks,

Ruslan

We are not that rich to buy cheap things

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you are using a shared certificate, thus you need to search your host knowledge base support pages on what the proper syntax is to use for your shared ssl path.

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Information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by other. Hoever, there is a problem with the site's security certificate.

 

The security certificate is from a trusted certifying autority

 

The security certificate has expired or is not yet valid

 

The security certificate has a valid name matching the name of the page you are trying to view

 

Do you want to proceed.

 

 

And

 

This certificate has expired or is not yet valid

 

Issued to: secure.paypal.com

Issued by: www.verisign.com/CPS Incorp.by Ref.LIABILITY LTD.©97 Verisign

Valid from: 15/10/2002 to 15/10/2004

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Alright. I have changed my bottom banner, and I do not get the security stament when tryiong to register a new account.

But when trying to buy something, just after clicking on "CONFIRM ORDER", I get the following alert:

 

Information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by other. Hoever, there is a problem with the site's security certificate.

 

(check mark) The security certificate is from a trusted certifying autority

 

( ! ) The security certificate has expired or is not yet valid

 

(check mark) The security certificate has a valid name matching the name of the page you are trying to view

 

Do you want to proceed.

YES - NO - View Certificate

Then if I click on View Certificate, I get the following details, with an option to instal the certificate.

 

This certificate has expired or is not yet valid

 

Issued to: secure.paypal.com

Issued by: www.verisign.com/CPS Incorp.by Ref.LIABILITY LTD.©97 Verisign

Valid from: 15/10/2002 to 15/10/2004

My clients will be scared to hell when seeing that! :'(

What does it means?

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Hi,

I did what you suggested and it seems to be working now.  It shows pop up that says "This page displays secure and non secure items..." . This should be there right?

No it shouldnt.

 

Haru,

It means your SSL certificate has expired and you need to buy another.

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there are coding errors on the site, once you have that fixed, the shared ssl will work for u. it is in your header. you do not have everything in the right spot. perhaps moving to a host who does not require two directories would help you.

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Thank you James.

 

The thing is, I don't ever recall buying an SSL certificates.

 

What do they cost? Do I really need that since I am using only Paypal for paiement?

 

Thanx again

Haru.

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