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Hi all.

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

I have tried alot of SSL solutions for other problems but none have worked.

 

When browsing the main catalog the site is partially encrypted. Going to AlanR's great script and the site is fully encrypted as is the admin area. However the main admin area says that it is not.

 

encrypt.gif

 

Clicking the lock with the strike gives this info box.

 

part-encrypt.gif

 

This hosted with godaddy.

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Hi all.

 

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

I have tried alot of SSL solutions for other problems but none have worked.

 

When browsing the main catalog the site is partially encrypted. Going to AlanR's great script and the site is fully encrypted as is the admin area. However the main admin area says that it is not.

 

encrypt.gif

 

Clicking the lock with the strike gives this info box.

 

part-encrypt.gif

 

This hosted with godaddy.

 

I'm not an SSL expert, though if any content is being pulled remotely, It will show a half/half status. Example.. it's hosted at Go Daddy, but pulling images from your website at another domain name, or banners from an affiliate site...etc.

 

Either transfer all remote content into the secure area also, or remove them to see if it solves your problem.

 

This is where I would start

 

Henry Smith

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In admin/includes/configure.php take the two http://www.yourdomain.com addresses and make them read https://www.yourdomain.com

 

You appear to have a full certificate so this will work.

 

However, if you do the same on the Catalog side of things (which you say you have done) then you'll never get a search engine ranking - because they don't rank https pages.

 

Vger

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In admin/includes/configure.php take the two http://www.yourdomain.com addresses and make them read https://www.yourdomain.com

 

You appear to have a full certificate so this will work.

 

However, if you do the same on the Catalog side of things (which you say you have done) then you'll never get a search engine ranking - because they don't rank https pages.

 

Vger

 

In admin/includes/configure.php i changed #2. #1 and #3 were already https. The admin area still shows

 

"You are not protected by a secure SSL connection"

 

1. define('HTTP_SERVER', 'https://brainbuildingtoys.com'); // eg, http://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers

2. define('HTTP_CATALOG_SERVER', 'https://www.brainbuildingtoys.com');

3. define('HTTPS_CATALOG_SERVER', 'https://www.brainbuildingtoys.com');

 

I do not want to change the catalog config.php

Any other ideas?

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