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How to make checkout page secure page?

Thread began 11/12/2010 7:24 pm by davkim_00418069 | Last modified 2/09/2011 9:55 am by Jason Byrnes | 1070 views | 4 replies |

davkim_00418069

How to make checkout page secure page?

Hi,
I just finish setting up the payment gateway setting, it's still on a test mode, but I was wondering how you can make the check out page secure, because I noticed that the check out page is not secured....
please let me know,
thanks,
David

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admin140217

If you're ordering directly from the website and not using the PayPal website for transactions, I'm pretty sure you need to purchase a secure certificate, once the certificate has been approved you'll need to reference any page links you want secured by using HTTPS instead of HTTP.

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davkim_00418069

ok, thx!

ok, thank you!

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denevac342497

PowerStore3 Secured Links

Originally Said By: admin140217
  If you're ordering directly from the website and not using the PayPal website for transactions, I'm pretty sure you need to purchase a secure certificate, once the certificate has been approved you'll need to reference any page links you want secured by using HTTPS instead of HTTP.  



Note: PayPal Website Pro API setup under payment settings]
Orders are placed directly from the website using either Paypal website established account or you can enter your credit card information in a form which is not secured. As I am in the process of purchasing a secure certificate, and was advised by the hosting company to configure my shopping cart to use secure links as opposed to HTTP links. I'm not knowledgeable on how to accomplish that. Nor do I understand what is meant by reference any page links you want secured by using HTTPS.... in the above post.

Please help!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the simplest way to secure your site once the certificate is in place is to use an htaccess rul to force all traffic to the secure site by changing http to https:
force-ssl-htaccess.html

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