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checkout.php is missing... but it's not!

Thread began 12/20/2011 10:40 am by mrs | Last modified 1/05/2012 7:18 pm by mrs | 1397 views | 8 replies

mrs

I am about to create an SSL package on my web server, and it's asking me to create a folder where all the secure files need to go. Although I have currently disabled it, I need SSL as this is going to be a busy site for a reputable and long established company.

The way PowerStore is set up means that I will be moving files from the top level of the domain to a sub-level. Is this going to break links to files and includes etc? I suspect it is, so how do I get around this issue?

Can I just move the files in DW's site panel and it will update links? If so, which files do I need to move into the SSL related folder?

Thanks.

Mat

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