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When I access my site via https, I receive this warning:

 

Connection Partially Encrypted.

Parts of the page you are viewing were not encrypted before they were transmitted over the internet.

 

According to my web host, I need to go through all my code images, templates etc and check to see what is being called using http and replace it with https. This will fix my problem.

 

My questions are 1:

How can I access these files to add the https prefix? Which files are they? In configure.php? Or index.php? Don't most OSC templates automatically add the https prefix to all of its image files, as it should assume you'd install SSLs? Seems it would save people like myself a lot of hassle. Or maybe this would mean they wouldn't appear at all when accessed via http..?

 

All my images are uploaded from my hardrive straight to catalog, there doesn't seem to be an opportunity to add https to any of them...

 

2. Is it safe to start selling meanwhile? My customers are all transferred to pay at PayPal and Nochex secure sites anyway. Although I guess the info that could be intercepted is during the registration process - basic data such as name and address, although excl. DOB and phone.

 

Any help appreciated!

Cheers.

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1. How to install SSL on OSC: A Simple 1-2-3 Instruction, Simple, straighforward instructions

 

2. Yes, you may start selling. However, your customer's sense of security is another matter.

 

Note: If you purchased a template, you need to go to your template provider's forum and ask their assistance.

 

Thank you for your advice.

 

That link is great, thanks. Will try it out and post if I experience any further issues.

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If some of Your content is from non ssl site or from some other site then a warning comes.

 

Chek teh following:

1)Any image path(hardcoded) so not from https.

2)Any java script posting to some other site or to a http URL.

3)CSS having ref to a http path(generally bkground image).

4)Some ads like google adds or some analytics like google analytis in https pages.

 

Satish Mantri.

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If some of Your content is from non ssl site or from some other site then a warning comes.

 

Chek teh following:

1)Any image path(hardcoded) so not from https.

2)Any java script posting to some other site or to a http URL.

3)CSS having ref to a http path(generally bkground image).

4)Some ads like google adds or some analytics like google analytis in https pages.

 

Satish Mantri.

 

 

Thanks Mantri.

 

Unfortunately, I'm still having trouble. Even after configuring the configure.php files to true for SSLs.

The Website

 

If you could offer any further advice, that would be great,

Cheers,

Dee

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Your code is not following the procedure that oscommerce code that links to ssl follow.

 

 

should have $connection=SSL.

 

tep_href_link(FILENAME_LOGIN, '', 'SSL')

 

this SSL is missing from Your code that generates the href link.

 

Chek this.

 

Satish Mantri

Ask/Skype for Free osCommerce value addon/SEO suggestion tips for your site.

 

Check My About US For who am I and what My company does.

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Your code is not following the procedure that oscommerce code that links to ssl follow.

 

 

should have $connection=SSL.

 

tep_href_link(FILENAME_LOGIN, '', 'SSL')

 

this SSL is missing from Your code that generates the href link.

 

Chek this.

 

Satish Mantri

 

Hi Satish,

That's great, thank you. I will check it, but which folder should I be looking in? I've checked to see if it's in either of the configure.php files, but it isn't.

Many thanks for your help,

Dee.

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Your code is not following the procedure that oscommerce code that links to ssl follow.

 

 

should have $connection=SSL.

 

tep_href_link(FILENAME_LOGIN, '', 'SSL')

 

this SSL is missing from Your code that generates the href link.

 

Chek this.

 

Satish Mantri

 

 

Just fixed it!! Thanks so much for your help Satish!

Cheers, Dee

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Some template developers generally create these bugs.

Nice to knowthat Your issue got fixed.

 

Satish

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