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  • fenwick
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Posted 27 January 2006 - 06:31 PM #1

Our web developer reports submitting ssl certificates to cs cart for the purpose of securing our shopping cart.
He did this well over a week ago and our shopping cart is still not secure.
Who should I be talking to and getting this resolved. How long should I have to wait?
Thank you for any/all assitance.
Eric

 
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Posted 28 January 2006 - 08:56 PM #2

Our web developer reports submitting ssl certificates to cs cart for the purpose of securing our shopping cart.
He did this well over a week ago and our shopping cart is still not secure.
Who should I be talking to and getting this resolved. How long should I have to wait?
Thank you for any/all assitance.
Eric


Hmm? SSL is something you add to your site yourself, not something the cart software would be involved in. In the setup you could enable SSL, or if you edit the config.php file you would have something like this:

SSL
// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on unsecure server
$cscart_http_host = 'www.mysite.com';
$cscart_http_dir = '/cart';

// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on secure server
$cscart_https_host = 'www.mysite.com';
$cscart_https_dir = '/cart';

or

Shared SSL
// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on unsecure server
$cscart_http_host = 'www.mysite.com';
$cscart_http_dir = '/cart';

// Host and directory where cs-cart is installed on secure server
$cscart_https_host = 'my.sharedssl.com';
$cscart_https_dir = '/~shareduser/cart';

the second one uses https for the secure site.

Then go into your admin->settings and turn on SSL for checkout.

Now when customers log in, create accounts, or checkout, it should switch to https instead of just http, assuming you set your ssl cert up on your webhost properly.