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Re: HTTP and HTTPS on same Page

Problem: Pages are rendered with a a mix of secure (HTTPS) and unsecured links (HTTP) to the store. Answer: Edited the index.php in the root folder and added the following code just before the //Url line (about line 77). This forces all links to your SSL store to be rendered secure (prefixed with h...

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  • Mon Oct 13, 2014 1:25 pm
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[SOLVED] SSL URL not saving if anything:// is in text area

If I attempt to save anything in the SSL URL (Home :: Settings) area with the sequence *:// (IE. http://, https://, ftp://), I get the message that states "The page you requested cannot be found." This denies the ability to put a url address in this field. Mind you that any other characters would be...

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  • Mon Oct 13, 2014 1:11 pm
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Re: HTTP and HTTPS on same Page

Update... In the admin panel everything seems to be handled correctly but in the main store it is not... It would seem that when the pages are rendered the conversion does not happen from HTTP to HTTPS in many cases.

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  • Mon Oct 13, 2014 3:15 am
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[SOLVED] HTTP and HTTPS on same Page

I installed a UCC SSL Certificate and now my site has gone buggy... I check the code on the pages and they have both HTTP and HTTPS links basically rendering my pages non-secure. This is making my site jump from secure to non-secure all over the place and pages not to be found. This is a multi-store...

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  • Sun Oct 12, 2014 6:53 pm
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Re: Not Understanding Layout Logic

Perhaps I should state that it is a multi-store and while I can control what is on the main store pages the other stores do not respond correctly to the same settings. Example, I put a different banner on 4 stores, All stores share some products and categories. I go to the main store and select a pr...

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  • Fri Oct 10, 2014 4:23 pm
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Re: Not Understanding Layout Logic

Sorry, did not clear up a thing...

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  • Fri Oct 10, 2014 12:39 pm
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Re: Why don't I get an email when someone replies to my post

Thanks, I would think that would be a given since I started the post...

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  • Fri Oct 10, 2014 8:38 am
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Why don't I get an email when someone replies to my posts?

I do not get an email when someone replies to my post. It s not convenient to have to surf the site to check for replies... I have seen nowhere in the account setting to allow this behavior.

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  • Thu Oct 09, 2014 2:23 pm
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Re: OpenCart SSL Certificates - Which One?

Did some research and found out that in the configuration that I posted I would need the UCC SSL Certificate (double the price of the Single SSL) simply because my OpenCart store was not on the hosted domain name and in the root folder of that domain. If my OpenCart multi-store was in the root folde...

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  • Thu Oct 09, 2014 1:52 pm
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[SOLVED] OpenCart SSL Certificates - Which One?

I was hoping to find something very direct and concise on this subject (I think it is very much needed on the site). There are three different types of SSL Certificates for web hosting that are currently available and I have no idea of which one to use in this situation. I have setting up a Muli-sto...

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  • Mon Oct 06, 2014 6:49 am
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Not Understanding Layout Logic

I am not understanding the logic behind the layouts. I setup the store and it is working but I cannot understand why certain thing work. Notice that I have created new layouts in the first picture. In the second picture I have assigned a new layout to the default store. In the third picture, If I as...

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  • Sun Oct 05, 2014 1:55 pm
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Re: Could not connect to database

On GoDaddy with the new cPanel X; you need to be careful to follow these undocumented steps: 1 - Go to MySQL Databases 2 - Create your Database (If it has not already been created) 3 - Go down to MySQL Users Add New User 4 - Add in your User name and Password. The user name MUST be in Caps only. If ...

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  • Sat Sep 27, 2014 9:32 am
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