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Thread began 11/21/2011 3:53 pm by i.edwards384429 | Last modified 11/22/2011 6:10 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1103 views | 3 replies |


https ?

Hi Jason

I've confused myself again.

When I purchase an item and then press the checkout button I see the following

cart.php? appears in the address bar but the screen says that

The security certificate presented was issued for a different websites address.

I assumed this was because the domain does not have ssl enabled.

To enable it is no problem apart from fasthosts want me to create a folder for the ssl

"When you add an SSL folder, you will need to create a folder with the same name in the htdocs
directory of your FTP for this package.

Upload your SSL files into that folder."

Do I name that folder WA_eCart?

Would appreciate some clarification



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Dani Chankhour

When ssl is enabled, the host usually creates an https folder to upload the file to instead of the default http folder.

Once you have the ssl folder created, just upload the entire site to that folder including all the eCart files and folders.

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thanks for that,

Do I need SSL? the site will use sagepay as the gateway,

Its just then when I select the "checkout" option

I get the certificate error page when PS$ trying to access




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Dani Chankhour

SSL is recommended since you will be asking for CC number on your site.

You are getting the Warning, because it looks like the SSL is not active or set for a different URL.

If you don't want to include SSL for now, open the checkout_form.php in the webassist/plugins/shopping_cart folder and comment out line 7 - 19.

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