|SSL help for single page|
SSL for checkout page only not working
| 6:56 pm on Jun 19, 2013 (gmt 0)|
I need my website to have the SSL applied to the checkout page only which is http://www.example.com/products-page/checkout
I am currently using the following code which seems to work for Firefox, but not for Internet Explorer or AOL.
RewriteRule ^products-page/checkout/?$ https://www.example.com/products-page/checkout [R=301,L]
And for some reason on Internet Explorer all pages are showing https and are showing "Only secure content is being displayed." on the bottom of all pages.
This problem is killing me. Please help! Thanks!
[edited by: phranque at 10:09 pm (utc) on Jun 19, 2013]
[edit reason] please use example.com [/edit]
| 11:23 pm on Jun 25, 2013 (gmt 0)|
Are you sure that Firefox shows http in the address bar, or is it that it only does not show the message "Only secure content is being displayed" ?
Do you internally link with the full URI or you use relative or root-relative paths (without the scheme/domain name)?
On both, IE and FF, when you are on your checkout page that uses https and then you hover over your other links that should be http, what URL address does the status bar show: https or http?
If https is shown in the status bar, then clicking on that link will go to https version of the page, unless there is a redirect employed. So to make it go to http, there should also be the redirect the other way around, that is, if the schema is https AND it is NOT the checkout page, redirect to http version of the page.
| 1:52 am on Jun 26, 2013 (gmt 0)|
welcome to WebmasterWorld, taymag!
|on Internet Explorer all pages are showing https |
are you saying every requested url on your site redirects to the https: protocol from IE and not other browsers?
does it act the same when you enter a url on the address bar vs clicking a link on a page on your site?
| 4:13 pm on Jul 3, 2013 (gmt 0)|
You are getting this is because IE works different to Firefox. Firefox will load but it will not show the padlock to say the page is secure, when you view information in Firefox it will also say the page is partially encrypted. If you accept the IE prompt it will also kind off remove the padlock.
The reason this is happening is because you have external links or images going to
http://facebook.com as a quick example. Any HTTP link on a HTTPS page will cause it to not be fully secure.
Change all the hyperlinks and images to go over https and your page will work.
Let me know if you have any questions at all.