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Issues with pages stored in SSL folder

Thread began 8/23/2012 9:42 am by arule414626 | Last modified 8/24/2012 10:32 am by arule414626 | 295 views | 1 replies


Issues with pages stored in SSL folder

The site I'm building is hosted on yahoo. My checkout pages are stored in the ssl folder.
Locally, the links would appear to be checkout.php and confirm.php

Live they change to: checkout.php

I have no problems until I attempt to complete the order either by clicking the Paypal button on my checkout page or the Submit Order or Modify Information buttons on my confirm page. These form buttons all attempt to reload the page with <?php echo $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"]; ?>. The url that comes up when I click the Paypal button on the checkout page is this:

And when I click on either button on the confirm page the url is this:

which shows up online as HTTP 410 Gone - the web page no longer exists.

Seeing that the url is not the same when using $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"], I changed the form action for the Paypal button to the actual URL: checkout.php
which now takes me to HTTP 404 Not Found.

Changing the form action URL on the confirm page to confirm.php
causes the Modify Information button to return Web Page has expired and the Submit Order Button reloads the confirm page but does not process the order.


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