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nukecopsjerry
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2003 12:42 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I just installed my site with openSSL and ModSSL. It seems working fine. Execept I have couple problem that I don't know how to set it right.

1st question:

How can I make SSL working only on certain pages in my site.
For example, like most shopping sites, https:// will be used from the page that customer pressing " Checkout ". So far, I can only applied them on the whole site.

2nd question:

How can make the pages that I want to be SSLed only. Which means, only https://mysites.com/bluhbluh.php will be able to show. If surfer try to make it to http://mysites.com/bluhbluh.php, it will prompt it back to https://mysites.com/bluhbluh.php. I played with couple big shopping site, their pages are working like that. But my site, I don't know where I should edit to make it working this way.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2003 11:59 am Reply with quoteBack to top

if you are going to utilize phpNuke for an ecommerce site, I would suggest using a distro called osc2nuke. It hase exactly what you are looking for.

~Percy
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