That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
Your problem is your images on the right hand side..
They are being called via http:// which is causing the page to not be secure...
Thanks very much for your help..
I have almost got it working. The only problem is that the page contains pictures that are not hosted on a secure server (IE complains about this). Is there a php file that I can host on my server, that will take another picture and make it look like it's comming from my secure server on the fly?.
[Skyline Select Ltd]..
Can you not simply copy the images to your server?.
If not just hide the box on secure pages like we do for the currencies and languages box during checkout,..
I could do this, but I dont really want to. How would I hide the box on secure pages? Also, there is an image at the bottom which is part of my webstats. It is invisible, but it has to be there... I hope I can figure this out..
I'll now do a search for that PHP file. I'm sure I've heard of it somewhere......
How do you hide the box on secure pages? I have been having the same problem. I got it all down to one box which is my "Live Chat" box where the dynamic image comes from an unsecure site. It's in my column_right. I'd love to be able to just hide that box on secure pages..
Ok, I added this to my column_right.php file:.
And now it works the way I want. When the iPage site is unsecure (http) then it displays my LiveHelp box. But when the iPage site is secure/SSL (https) then it does not display my LiveHelp box..
For anyone looking at the above code strangely... yes, I know it seems backwards! I can't explain why it works, it just does..
I run a iPage website at www.skylineselect.co.uk, and I want to make it possible for my customers to use a secure page when the get to entering their details..
This is the page that I want secured:.
This is the page on my secure server:.
I guess I would be most sensible to have a link on the create account page, to a duplicate page (e.g. 'create_account_secure.php'), ideally without any pictures, located on my secure server. The form would then have to check for errors (e.g. email without an '@'), before it submits it securely... to return the unsecure page 'create_account_sucess.php' or 'checkout_shipping.php'.
Thanks in advance for any help...
You do this by setting HTTPS_SERVER in configure.php to be your base HTTPS URL and setting ENABLE_SSL to 'true'. However, I have found that osCommerce's SSL support doesn't work well when the HTTPS path contains a ~username suffix..
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