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I got OSC formatted with my products and then the next day got my SSL certificate. I have my links from my site going to the catalog aimed at "https" and it brings up the cataog in a secure page, but when I click on any other link (for an individual product or to check out) :( I cannot maintain a secure page (it reverts to "http" on all later pages). My web host (who offers OSC as their default shopping cart) edited the two configure.php files and set SSL to true and edited the secure path to match the SSL certificate, but to no avail. Does anyone know what to do to get all pages in the catalog and checkout process to be secure (https)? Thanks a bunch!

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To answer that we'll probably need a link.

 

If you go to my site at http://laptopleather.com and click on any of the order buttons it will take you to the OSC page that I had linked with a "https" link. Anywhere you go after that results in a http. I hope this helps. I am also available at 800.962.1464 PDT. :blink:

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If you go to my site at http://laptopleather.com and click on any of the order buttons it will take you to the OSC page that I had linked with a "https" link. Anywhere you go after that results in a http. I hope this helps. I am also available at 800.962.1464 PDT. :blink:

 

 

Does not look like you have ssl set to true in your configure.php files. Edit the files and set ssl to true instead of false and set the correct secure path.

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1) It looks to be a Starfield Cetificate that's not completely installed, I get a certificate error.

 

2) <base href="https://laptopleather.com//catalog/">

 

You probably have a slash at the end of the url. There should not be one there.

 

I don't know why the stylesheet and some images don't load. Some other configure.php error probably.

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