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Jamie Elle
73 posts
Thu May 03, 18
2:46 PM
I'm getting a message on my browser that my site is not secure and it's only the sytist portion. How can I make my site "secure"? Is anyone else running into this?
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Fri May 04, 18
8:46 AM
The browser will just say that if you aren't using a httpS link. In order to have a httpS / secure link, you would need to have a SSL / Security Certificate installed on your site or sub domain. That is something you can contact your host about.
 
 
 
 
 
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Jon Lemay
29 posts
Tue May 15, 18
9:19 AM
I have gotten a couple of those comments from customers recently. Do I need a Domain Validated SSL, it's less than $80 for two years. jon
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Tue May 15, 18
11:03 AM
You should check with your host first about the SSL as they may offer SSL. $80 for 2 years isn't a bad price though.
 
 
 
 
 
Tim Grissett, DIA - PicturesPro.com || My Email Address: info@picturespro.com
Jon Lemay
29 posts
Wed May 16, 18
9:47 AM
I purchased the SSL from the host. Sytist is set up as shown http://www.lemayphoto.net/onlineproofs/sy-admin/ The SSL was set set up for lemayphoto.net. Does it look like it's set up properly? jon
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Wed May 16, 18
11:16 AM
You would want to use this link instead
https://www.lemayphoto.net/onlineproofs/sy-admin/

Also in Settings -> Checkout & Payment, check the option "Check this box if you have a SSL installed." under "Secure Pages On Checkout & Accounts".

And see this if you want to force httpS on all pages:
https://www.picturespro.com/sytist-manual/installation/forcing-site-to-use-ssl-https/
 
 
 
 
 
Tim Grissett, DIA - PicturesPro.com || My Email Address: info@picturespro.com
Jon Lemay
29 posts
Wed May 16, 18
11:21 AM
Should I have the host change it from lemayphoto.net to your suggestion? jon
Jon Lemay
29 posts
Wed May 16, 18
12:31 PM
This is what I get when I look at the .htaccess it doesn't look like your sample in "forcing SSL" jon

ErrorDocument 404 /404.php


AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html text/plain text/xml application/xml application/xhtml+xml text/css text/javascript application/javascript application/x-javascript



Header set Cache-Control "max-age=604800, public"
Tim - PicturesPro.com
9626 posts
admin
Thu May 17, 18
4:27 AM
Then add these lines to the file

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.lemayphoto.net/$1 [R,L]

 
 
 
 
 
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