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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 | 1415 views | 8 replies

mrs

Sorry Jason, I'm not sure I understand that.

Are you saying that all I need to do is upload the site as normal to my http: directory, and I then simply need to upload certain pages to the https: folder (that I'll call 'securefiles') which as far as the web address bar is concerned, remains invisible?

Or, are you saying upload as normal to my http: directory, and the server deals with the https: request even though the pages that need to be secured don't actually sit in the folder 'securefiles'?

I am being asked to create a secured folder on my domain, then add required files to it. I assumed that I drop the required files here, but don't know what happens from there. Does the secured directory effectively become invisible as far as the web address bar is concerned? Is the only true evidence of a secured directory being present shown by the 's' in the https: regardless of the secured directory name?

If I have to place files in to the securefiles folder, which ones need to go in it. I assume that checkout.php is one, but are there any others?

Sorry for my ignorance, I have never had to set up https before. I have always redirected to the payment gateway rather than stay on the domain.

Thanks.

Mat

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