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jorujuja

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Hello, this is my first time to actually use osCommerce commercially since I joined the community about 3 years ago. So I really don't have any experiences on this nor idea on how it works so I created a site to test it but there are some pages missing, i.e. the following -

 

https://hredigital.com/store_demo1/create_account.php

- 404 Not Found

The server can not find the requested page:

/store_demo1/create_account.php (port 443)

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https://hredigital.com/store_demo1/account.php

- 404 Not Found

The server can not find the requested page:

/store_demo1/account.php (port 443)

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https://hredigital.com/store_demo1/checkout_shipping.php

- 404 Not Found

 

The server can not find the requested page:

/store_demo1/checkout_shipping.php (port 443)

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https://hredigital.com/store_demo1/ext/modules/payment/paypal/express.php

- 404 Not Found

 

The server can not find the requested page:

/store_demo1/ext/modules/payment/paypal/express.php (port 443)

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Thank you very much.

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If you do not have an SSL certificate installed, you will need to disable the use of SSL (set to false) in includes/configure.php. Don't forget to make the file read-write (644) before trying to edit or upload it, and to change it back to read-only (444) when done, as those will be your next questions.

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SSL is strongly encouraged. Customers will feel much better about ordering from you if you show that you are protecting personal information, even if it's not legally required. I would not use a "shared" SSL certificate unless you modify osC to warn users that you're jumping to a different domain. Private SSL certifcates cost a bit, but let you use your own domain name in links.

 

If you are using Third Party payment systems (e.g., PayPal) SSL is not necessary. If you are going to use a payment gateway and merchant account, that will require PCI-DSS certification, which includes having SSL.

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