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<_< How do I configure my site to disply the "HTTPS" on all pages of the shopping cart. The first page diaplays it, but once you click a link, the other pages display only the "HTTP" without the "S" so my customers don't know the site is secure. My site is

 

https://www.thekoinoniahouse.com/v-web/ecom...talog/index.php

 

Please help!

 

Thanks

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You don't want to make all of your site secure. osCommerce secures the parts that need securing.

 

All https pages are encrypted and this slows down delivery of the page to the users browser, also there are pages within osCommerce which are defined within the page or by linked pages as being NONSSL, and making these pages SSL in the configuration can cause problems for you.

 

Vger

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You don't want to make all of your site secure.  osCommerce secures the parts that need securing.

 

All https pages are encrypted and this slows down delivery of the page to the users browser, also there are pages within osCommerce which are defined within the page or by linked pages as being NONSSL, and making these pages SSL in the configuration can cause problems for you.

 

Vger

So how do I configure it to SSL the neccessay pages?

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You don't want to make all of your site secure.  osCommerce secures the parts that need securing.

 

All https pages are encrypted and this slows down delivery of the page to the users browser, also there are pages within osCommerce which are defined within the page or by linked pages as being NONSSL, and making these pages SSL in the configuration can cause problems for you.

 

Vger

 

The Check out pages aren't showing secured. How do I configure that to display the "HTTPS"?

 

http://thekoinoniahouse.com/v-web/ecommerc...talog/index.php

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Have your purchased and installed an ssl certificate? If you haven't, and if you don't have access to a shared ssl certificate, then you can't secure your site with SSL.

 

Vger

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