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After migrating both my site and CSR to a new access provider my cart.php page no longer goes to my secure.checkout.php page. The only change that I can see is that I am migrating from a Apache Mod-SSL server to a C-panel set-up. Any suggestions?

Thread began 4/03/2016 5:04 pm by art391139 | Last modified 4/08/2016 3:50 pm by art391139 | 1166 views | 37 replies


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My previous access provider didn't have a secure subfolder. The new access provider added one and duplicated the site within it hoping that the cart.php could find it. The files to edit are in the main directory and the secure file directory could be deleted. We would be at the same place of not getting access to https. The CSR is set-up for just as before. If we delete the secure subdirectory and edit the cart.php file that remains. It would be the same file that was originally transferred from the previous provider.

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