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    Still page can't be found. Are you sure the domain is edenbout.com ? I just checked, and that domain isn't found in whois, via nslookup, or via host.
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    soz, (url removed)
    Last edited by austint01; November 21st, 2005 at 01:04 PM. Reason: removing URL
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    Decent layout and features on the backend.... Generally good to keep it SSL just to be safe, but not entirely necessary... Depends on what will be available via backend.. All I really saw were usernames and passwords... That's not as critical as say someone's name, phone, address, etc. But still good to have it https:// ...

    Rule of thumb: If there is any information about a user, it should be secure. This includes shipping info, CC's, usernames/passwords....

    Since I'm assuming you'll be able to track orders placed on the backend, make it ssl.
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    you can track orders, giving users name + address and order details

    i dont store card details but I will use SSL..thanks

    ill delete the url now so I dont get loads of ppl trying to login

    thanks again, i would still like2 see ur site wen its back up

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    You're welcome.


    No prob. I'll send it to you at a later date.
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    Originally Posted by austint01
    hi,
    do i need ssl if using a payment gateway like secpay, or paypal to complete the transaction on an ecommerce website

    If I collect the data i need, shipping info etc. and then go to the secpay page for them to fill in their details (which will be encrypted on their end) will i need an ssl certificate for my site?
    From, basically, the horses mouth:

    "...If you're using Website Payments Pro or Payflow Pro, then the answer to this question is 'yes'..."
    "...If you're using any of PayPal's other products -- including Website Payments Standard, Email Payments, Express Checkout, Payflow Link, or Adaptive Payments -- then the answer here is 'no'. "

    source: https://www.x.com/developers/community/blogs/ppmacole/do-i-need-ssl-certificate

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    i think better its CardPay, you can get it's here cardpay(dot)com ... i too opted for a long time, and stood on it. There a good percentage, and there are have different services :-)
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