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Thread began 9/15/2009 10:26 am by bruce364108 | Last modified 2/12/2010 1:20 pm by bruce364108 | 1630 views | 15 replies

bruce364108

Securing Pages

Can you walk me throught the process of securing pages for the check-out process. I have my ssl certificate and the secure directory on my web server. The problem is Dreamweaver will not let me drag the;

checkout.php
confirm.php
checkout_success.php
checkout_failure.php
pp_confirm.php
pp_checkout_success.php
pp_checkout_failure.php
pp_cancel.php

pages into the secure directory. I called my hosting service and they said that I would have to use their file manager to relocate the files. When I do this the links are lost and the site is not functional. I have no idea how to re-establish the links after the move.

It should not be this hard should it? I feel like such an idiot that I can not get this preconfigured solution working.

THanks,

Bruce

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