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Securing Store

Thread began 9/11/2009 10:03 am by bruce364108 | Last modified 3/10/2010 8:03 pm by Jason Byrnes | 986 views | 3 replies |

bruce364108

Securing Store

What files should I move to the secure directory on my website? I am not sure which files are involved in the checkout portion that need to be protected under my ssl directory.

Thanks,

Bruce

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

These are the pages in the checkout process:
checkout.php
confirm.php
checkout_success.php
checkout_failure.php
pp_confirm.php
pp_checkout_success.php
pp_checkout_failure.php
pp_cancel.php

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Paul

Jason...

I made a Secure directory on my website...moved the files you mentioned to that directory (and allowed DW CS4 to update the links on the rest of the files)...reuploaded everything, but on the Cart page, when I click on CHECKOUT, it doesn't go to the secure folder.

Actually, the ADD TO CART button on the products_detail page, doesn't point to the cart.php file in the secure directory. What do I do?

Am I missing something?

Thanks,
Paul

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The add to cart button wont go to the secure server unless you tell it to.

If you want your entire site to be on the secure server, you can configure the server to redirect all http:// traffic to the https:// server. This is what I prefer to do.

If your server is apache, you can do this using an htaccess rule, contact your host, they should be able to help you set it up so that any request to http:// gets redirected to the https:// server.

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