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cart in ssl not redirecting to checkout.php

Thread began 8/29/2010 9:07 pm by watercolor346374 | Last modified 8/30/2010 2:54 pm by watercolor346374 | 2490 views | 12 replies



It worked when I originally set it up, then I changed the cart and reuploaded it. The ssl cert is under I should be able to use this for other domains under That is what I was told by Host Gator. I did read the article, I have ecart 4 so I read the one titled SSL and ecart sites. From the looks of it I would have to redo my checkout page. Is this so? Then I am wondering why it previously worked when I set the redirect to the https.
When I go into my ssl files I do see the files for my test site and I have been uploading new cart and checkout and confirm to it as I upload to my http site. Still stumped as to why it worked before and not now.

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