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https & ssl

Thread began 11/24/2011 6:55 am by i.edwards384429 | Last modified 11/29/2011 9:48 am by i.edwards384429 | 2292 views | 8 replies


https & ssl

Hi Jason

Have setup a shop and am doin g the final tweeking which includes setting up the gateway - sagepay and https but ....

I suspect I have a problem here with https.

My hoster "Fasthosts" gives the following instructions when setting up ssl on their server:

When you add an SSL folder, you will need to create a folder with the same name in the htdocs directory of your FTP for this package. Upload your SSL files into that folder.

I've spoken to fasthosts techies and they have confirmed that the path will be


so as I see it I would have to use a script to ensure that when ( ie index.php) is called it re routes to


Ok that is an easy issue to solve but are there any path issues?

Last thing I want is to find that the shop is full of path errors because I've put the shop in a sub directory.

If I do have to start from scratch do I have to start from scratch with all the design and cms I done already



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