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Secure the checkout pages

Thread began 10/01/2010 5:41 am by johnb | Last modified 10/01/2010 3:57 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1107 views | 10 replies |

johnb

Secure the checkout pages

I have SSL set up on my domain at https//domain.com. I am not sure how to secure the checkout.php, cart.php, confirm.php pages. Can you point me in the right direction?

Thanks, I'm so close I can taste it at this point.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the cart page, update the eCart Checkout server behavior to point to checkout.php instead of just checkout.php.

if you are using paypal express checkout, you will also need to edit the return and failure urls on the checkout.php page to use the secure https address.

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johnb

I tried that but when the checkout button on the cart page is pressed it actually reloads the cart.php page and it tells me my cart is empty?

I am definitely putting in ../checkout.php and not .../cart.php.

Am I missing something?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what is the http address you are using?

what is the https address?

are the domains the same?

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johnb

yes they are the same. domain.com and domain.com

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johnb

Does it matter if the http one has the www in front and I then send it to the one without? Thats how it works now Goes from www.st... to st...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, that does matter.


www.mydomain.com is a different session cookie than mydomain.com

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johnb

Okay that makes sense, can you tell me how to remedy this? I really need to get it right ASAP.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure that your customers are coming into the site at:
st..


instead of:
www.st...


if your on an Apache server, you can use an htaccess file to do the redirect.

if you do not know how to create the htacess rule, there are a few online generators:
htaccess/

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johnb

Excellent Jason! It worked like a charm.

I really appreciate all your assistance with everything. You guys have top notch customer service.

Thanks so much!

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