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I am in the process of finalizing mine now. Everything seems to work fine so far. I have Paypal Web Payments Pro installed, my ssl was installed by my site host with a static Ip. I'm pretty new to all this but its all come together.

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We have installed the cert (something we have done many times on non cart sites thats not the issue)

The cart however is another issue. We go to log in and get the secure page fine.

We try to register as new client, secure page is fine, we then try and submit the form and get a warning that information may be sent to non secure sites.

If we click ok we get returned to home page but with a double // in the url no matter what we try we cant get this working.

I am assumung here that setting cube cart up for SSL it only apllies the ssl after logging in or when applying for a customer account.

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Ok here is the issue. When we go to login page it appears fine and secured.

When we try to submit the login OR sign up as a new customer on clicking submit we get this warning

"You are about to be redirected to a connection that is not secure. The information that you are sending to the current site may be retransmitted to a non secure site. Do you wish to continue?"

If we click yes we get taken to this URL

http://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com//index.php?

Notice the lack of the https and the double forward slash

If we then logout we get taken here

https://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com/index.php?act=logout&s=1

If we then click "homepage" we get taken here

http://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com//index.php?

It simply will not redirect to secure log in and this mystery double forward slash keeps appearing. :lol:

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ok in your store's admin General Settings

Directories & Folders section

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

enter just a single slash

then in Absolute SECURE URL to store: e.g. https://secure.domain.com

enter your stores SSL URL

like https://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com

then in: Server SECURE Root Directory: e.g. /path/to/your/secure/webstore

enter your stores server path

like in mine (whm/cpanel) I have /home/username/public_html

NO TRAILING SLASH!

Then just enable SSL set to yes and click the Update Settings button at the very bottom

you will have to access your stores admin via the following URL

https://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com/admin

good tool to have while working with your SSL is the edit.conf.php file from brooky so you can turn off SSL and access your admin if it goes all horribly wrong.

In CC3.0.3 and up the site is run under normal http EXCEPT when you get into the view cart, registration, account and checkout areas then you are under SSL and ALWAYS when you are in admin you are under SSL.

Hope this helps

Kinetic

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...good tool to have while working with your SSL is the edit.conf.php file from brooky so you can turn off SSL and access your admin if it goes all horribly wrong....

Hope this helps

Kinetic

See above

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ok in your store's admin General Settings

Directories & Folders section

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

enter just a single slash

then in Absolute SECURE URL to store: e.g. https://secure.domain.com

enter your stores SSL URL

like https://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com

then in: Server SECURE Root Directory: e.g. /path/to/your/secure/webstore

enter your stores server path

like in mine (whm/cpanel) I have /home/username/public_html

NO TRAILING SLASH!

Then just enable SSL set to yes and click the Update Settings button at the very bottom

you will have to access your stores admin via the following URL

https://www.1ofakindbeadstore.com/admin

good tool to have while working with your SSL is the edit.conf.php file from brooky so you can turn off SSL and access your admin if it goes all horribly wrong.

In CC3.0.3 and up the site is run under normal http EXCEPT when you get into the view cart, registration, account and checkout areas then you are under SSL and ALWAYS when you are in admin you are under SSL.

Hope this helps

Kinetic

Okay I want to make sure I am doing this correctly. Bold is what I woud be putting in.

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

/

Absolute SECURE URL to store:

http://www.goodlitecandles.com/shop

OR

https://secure.authorize.net/

^^^ which do I put?

Server SECURE Root Directory:

/home/goodl1/public_html/shop <--- goodl1 is my username

OR

goodlitecandles.com/public_html/shop <--- goodlitecandles.com is the address

OR

/public_html/shop

^^^ which do I put?

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I am having the same difficulty on my site. So far it looks like I am set up correctly; however, when I log-in I get taken to non-secure site. Please advise.

Thanks,

Edgeways

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Okay I want to make sure I am doing this correctly. Bold is what I woud be putting in.

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

/

Absolute SECURE URL to store:

http://www.goodlitecandles.com/shop

Server SECURE Root Directory:

/home/goodl1/public_html/shop <--- goodl1 is my username

The above doesnt work :w00t:

Why cant i get this to work?

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I still didnt get this sorted and set up exactly like recommended in previous posts this simply does not work correctly.

OK here is what I was entering...

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

/

Absolute SECURE URL to store:

https://www.goodlitecandles.com/shop

Server SECURE Root Directory:

/home/goodl2/public_html/shop

And what was wrong was my Root Secure. So this is what is correct:

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

/shop/

Absolute SECURE URL to store:

https://www.goodlitecandles.com/shop

Server SECURE Root Directory:

/home/goodl1/public_html/shop

The problem was that my cart isnt on the root of my site (www.goodlitecandles.com) it's in a subfolder (www.goodlitecandles.com/shop) so that's why I had to add '/shop/'

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Thats not good...is the store *live* and taking orders? Mine is as of today and I have to get this sorted out.

Where do you stand?? Have you given up on it?

My problem is this:

I enter the info in my store admin as listed in this post (actually I've tried it multiple ways) and then my admin doesn't work (like your earlier problem)Then I wil enter info a diff way and then the internal links like 'register' and 'view basket' wont work-says page cannot be displayed. If I edit the link in my browser and add the 's' in http:// it displays??

Someone please help us!!

Kinetic you seem to have the answer if your site is configured correctly---I am ggoing to start another thread and list all my detailed info.

:mellow::^^::^^: ;)

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I wanted to thank Kinetic for his help here, I had actually installed osCommerce and was looking to move to that when I said ef' it and decided to give CubeCart one more shot.

Got SSL working just fine tonight and the testing worked out great. Now to make certain this damn Paypal works and we're in buisness (do that tomorrow when I'm more awake).

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I am trying to enable SSL.Tried all the things listed in forum but it isn't working?

I am using these admin settings-

Root SECURE Public HTML Folder to store: (Include Trailing Slash)

/home/

Absolute SECURE URL to store:

http://enticingproducts.co.uk/home

Server SECURE Root Directory:

/home/archvish/public_html/home

Can anyone tell me where I am wrong?Its too frustating.

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Just tried your https connection looks like you are using a shared SSL

from north.securenet-server.net

Ive never dealt with Shared SSL so IM not sure what you would put

it will be totaly different than what you had above

also in your secure URL you did not add https

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