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When I do testing with security certificates, I often use the real certificate on the test machine. I configure the test machine with the real host name. Then I use my /etc/hosts (or hosts.txt) file to point the real domain name to the test box for testing a client. Doing this bypasses the need for generating certificates and making sure that all test ...


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I realize this question is solved, but to answer you: Its OpenCart side. Here are tips in case anyone else runs into something like this when trying to go SSL everywhere: -- As mentioned make sure both config.php and admin/config.php point to both http and https variants. Also make sure any mods that use a copied config (a la vTiger sync) have the proper ...


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Google's crawl bots do not support TLSv1.2, this is fairly well known and people have ranted about Google's failure to support >TLSv1 for a while now as people have tried to make their website get a 100% score on places like SSLlabs -- which means they then get dropped off Google for unreachability. TLSv1.2 is substantially different from TLSv1. This is a ...


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kel's answer doesn't give an example and the example in his comment is now using a wildcard certificate. So try https://www.digicert.com/subject-alternative-name.htm instead ... and just in case they change their certificate, I've attached a screenshot here


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Yes use HTTPS everywhere, add a HSTS policy, use only TLS, etc. HTTPS already is "the standard" and it's plenty fast enough with a proper server setup...it's just that most folks don't take the time or wanna spend the money to use it. If you consider time to encode a drawback, consider the results of the encoding (good encryption) as a drawback too. I ...


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You can use the code you have, just use it again with HTTPS_HOST too (more chars escaped with \ even though it may not be needed in most servers). As w3d noted in a comment above, this is designed to work in a htaccess file because of the / before the $1: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^domain\.tld$ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ "http\:\/\/www\.domain\.tld\/$1" [R=301,L] ...


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You can use Google's advertising with HTTPS: http://googledevelopers.blogspot.nl/2013/09/https-compatible-ad-code-for-adsense.html


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I found this link that points to some configuration changes: http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/edu/opencart/setting-up-payment-gateways/how-to-enable-ssl-connection-in-opencart In it you will see some edits to config.php. Original: define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'http://opencart.inmotiontesting.com/'); define('HTTPS_IMAGE', ...


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You asked quite a few questions and I suspect you know most of the answers already. So to clear up some confusion, I will address the subject of changing the domain name since this sounds like the new question. If you need more, please let us know. Keywords in domain names mean almost nothing anymore and exact matches rarely happen as a result. That was a ...


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I finally found the solution to this problem. When setting up the site I had done everything but put the site in the bindings for the domain. I hadn't added the subdomain.mysite.com to the bindings for port 80. I had forgotten this because since I was forcing everything through port 443 with a rewrite, I didn't think I needed to add it. In digging around ...



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