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Home page display only http: url ?

Thread began 1/10/2014 3:10 pm by sjones435326 | Last modified 1/10/2014 3:49 pm by sjones435326 | 169 views | 3 replies

sjones435326

Home page display only http: url ?

I have a Power Store site I am just finishing up and I’m sure that you have come across this before.

When the user gets to the checkout page the URL goes to an “https” URL however if the user were to hit the navigation area to go to another page without completing the checkout the URL still stays in the “https” mode.

I’m having an issue with a custom gallery I put on the home page, it does not show up if the URL is “https” - is there any code I can put into the index.dwt.php template that would make sure it shows only the “http” version in the URL for the home page?

Link to store = www.thelightingprofessionals.com

If you want to try it, get yourself to the checkout page and then return to the home page and you will see what I am referring to.

Thanks for any help!

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