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  1. @@kymation My question is, how to do it?
  2. @@Antena The first condition and rule will make http:// redirect to https://www. RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.your-domain-name.com/$1[R=301,L] This second one will make any request (http, https, www or non-www) redirect to https://www.your-domain-name.com. If a customer can't remember if you site is http, https, www or non-www and they just type in your-domain-name.com, it will redirect to https://www.your-domain-name.com. RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www.your-domain-name.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.your-domain-name.com$1[R=301,L] Take care Bill
  3. @@kymation I am wanting to use the Navbar Full Categories Menu but when I do, the categories are spaced to far apart. Because they are, they shoot way off the bottom of the page. When I use the Navbar Categories Menu, the categories stop at the bottom of the page like they should. The Untitled-1.png image is of the Navbar Categories Menu and the Untitled-2.png is of the Navbar Full Categories Menu. Is they a way for the Navbar Full Categories Menu to be spaced the same as the Navbar Categories Menu? Take care Bill
  4. @@Psytanium I checked your site again and all seems to be correct now. Only one thing is noticeable, the www.your-domain.com does not redirect to your-domain.com. Since it doesn't, that tells Google and the other search engines that, you have two websites with the exact same content. You'll get penalized for that if you don't make a change. In your root .htaccess file add this: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.(.*)$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%1%{REQUEST_URI} [QSA,NC,L] After you do that, when you type in https://www.your-domain.com it will redirect to https://your-domain.com. Your SSL shows your domain name without the www so, if you haven't already, you should set your preferred domain with Google. If you have a Google Webmaster account, login to your Search Console and click the gear icon in the upper right corner. Then select Site Settings. When it opens up, in the Preferred domain section, tick the box for Display URLs as your-domain.com. Take care Bill
  5. @@Psytanium If you look at the page source of your index.php you'll see you are not implementing SSL correctly. Almost all of the protocols are http and not https. See below and, there are many more than these. <meta property="og:url" content="http://your-domain.net/"> <meta property="og:image" content="http://your-domain.net/images/"/> http://your-domain.net/livezilla/server.php <img src="http://your-domain.net/livezilla/server.php src="http://your-domain.net/livezilla/image.php http://your-domain.net/create_account.php http://your-domain.net/login.php http://www.your-domain.net/shopping_cart.php http://your-domain.net/index.php/computer-parts-c http://your-domain.net/index.php/computer-parts-chassis-case-c
  6. @@vampirehunter You can see the code for the text-left, text-center and text-right here: Store Hotline BS You might be able to add it to your code.
  7. @@vampirehunter On the last </div> of the includes/modules/content/header/templates/logo.php I added three <br>. This forced down the sales hotline button, search bar and cart total button to it's own row. I was then able to properly space what I needed. Since the mods start from the left side and expand to the right, I couldn't get the spacing right without adding the <br>. Fortunately the sales hotline button offers 3 options for content align. They are text-left, text-center and text-right. It would be wonderful if all mods did this. I didn't like the cramped look of my logo anyway so, this worked for me. Take care Bill
  8. @@socomtactical.net The add-on Steve mentioned works beautifully.
  9. @@Antena In admin/includes/configure.php the settings for SSL and Non SSL are below. SSL Admin: define('HTTP_SERVER', 'http://my-site.com'); define('HTTPS_SERVER', 'https://my-site.com'); define('ENABLE_SSL', false); The images for the products and, the info for the products, are in two different tables in your database. I can see from the image you provided that, the image from the products table in your database is trying to load but, the products info from the products_description table is not. Did you alter the products_description table in your database? Changes with SSL can cause issues with images sometime but, not generally the products info. You should go in your database and look in your products_description table and see if the info is there. Take care Bill
  10. @@majik2015 Since I do not use that add-on, I'm not familiar with it. Did you follow the instructions correctly? They say after you install the add-on, you need to uninstall and re-install the admin - modules - order total - shipping module. Then configure the shipping module. You have to do that for the changes to take effect.
  11. @pedro9933 If you want to do it by individual items (or many other ways) try this: Discount Codes BS I think I was misunderstanding you.
  12. @@pedro9933 Are you referring to individual items? Maybe you can try it this way to see if it helps: Discount Units Are AMOUNT values below expressed as a percentage or as currency units (e.g. dollars) currency percentage currency per item Discount Basis How quantity totals are computed Total By Category Total By Item Total Items in Cart Counting Method Are LEVEL values below expressed in number of items or currency units (e.g. dollars spent) items currency
  13. @@pedro9933 You can try this: Quantity Discounts by That Software Guy
  14. @@moonmoon You may also have to remove the sessions from the sessions table in your database.