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Moving Checkout and Confirm Pages to SSL

Thread began 6/06/2010 7:15 pm by mora398588 | Last modified 6/18/2010 10:43 am by mora398588 | 1390 views | 8 replies


Jason, I appreciate your responses. I am finding your recommendation to move my entire root site to my SSL folder a bit hard to swallow. Please, I completely understand the need for my customers to experience a secure online shopping process. I am dead set to have my eCart pages under SSL encryption; however, to move my site would create too many issues with my website.

You may need to know that my site is not on a private server, but shared through Yahoo webhosting. Yahoo requires that anything I want to have encrypted or secured under an SSL, that all such files be moved to a SSL subdirectory within my root.

Is there any way that I can just move my eCart pages, such as my cart, checkout, confirm, and all other related files to my SSL subdirectory and edit the appropriate code to redirect to the encrypted eCart pages? If so and you feel that this would be a complicated process, could I request some of your time over the phone whereby you can provide some direction? You may find it helpful to see how I am actually set up on Yahoo's web server.

Applying SSL security to my eCart pages is extremely important to me and this is the only keeping me back before I can securely test my checkout process.

Thank you for your consideration!

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