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Please help with SSL problem (please see enclosed screenshot)


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Hi, I'm really new at this and have had my store up and running for about a month now and I'm still learning about things like SSL. I have enabled Shared SSL that comes with my webhosting and have tried their support team's instructions to add the HTTPS stuff to my /catalog/includes/local/configure.php, but it still didn't work.

 

My store is supposed to look like this - and does when I just type HTTP:

 

http.jpg

 

 

But when I try to access it with SSL / HTTPS it becomes this:

 

https.jpg

 

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks,

Aubrey

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I'm guessing you've either fixed the problem, or you need to clear your browser's cache, as the site displays fine to me (in both SSL and non-SSL)

 

Thanks, Dave. I figured it out really late last night and totally forgot to get back here and post that I may have fixed it (ever since I started doing this, I've been burning the midnight oil every night :sweating: and my brain just gets so fuzzy >_<.) Thanks so much for checking it out for me though, because I still wasn't 100% sure that I'd gotten it right.

 

I think it was because my webhosting service told me to just add the https coding to catalog/includes/local/configure.php

 

But I found another file in admin/includes/configure.php with the following and changed it too, though I'm not entirely sure if I should have:

 

define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://www.frangadesigns.com'); // eg, http://localhost or - https://localhost should not be NULL for productive servers

define('HTTP_CATALOG_SERVER', 'http://and I put my shared SSL domain name here);

define('HTTPS_CATALOG_SERVER', 'https://and I put my shared SSL domain name here too');

define('ENABLE_SSL_CATALOG', 'true'); // secure webserver for catalog module

 

I pretty much repeated what my webhosting service told me to do for the other file in catalog/includes/local/configure.php. (By the way, one thing that threw me off for a while was because the support tech made a typo when he replied the first time; he said to put http://https://..... under HTTP_CATALOG_SERVER (I wrote back and asked and they told me to just use http://) :P

 

But was I not supposed change it in the admin/includes/configure.php or was I? :blush:

 

Have a great day,

Aubrey

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