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  • Terms & Conditions in Checkout: http or https

    Maybe one of you can explain this...
    A customer is in Checkout, in https://

    My link to terms & conditions, is in http://

    Seems to me it is more secure to have an https:// link. right?
    kem
    AddressNumbers.com
    Address Plaques, Memorials, Home & Garden Decor, Gifts and more.

  • #2
    The link is part of the store. It becomes https as far as the browser is concerned with the link so no errors. The link itself goes to the http page if you click it within the checkout process and leaves the checkout process.
    David
    David's Gifts and Things

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    • #3
      Yes, that's what the customer was complaining about. He'd click Terms and Conditions, it would put him out of the cart and he'd have to start over again.

      However, we've been unable to replicate it. He was using IE but don't know what version or settings.
      kem
      AddressNumbers.com
      Address Plaques, Memorials, Home & Garden Decor, Gifts and more.

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      • #4
        That's what happens. The cart should keep the item(s) in it but any entered information is not saved. I think it will save some of the information after you get past the first check-out page but I'm not 100% certain.
        David
        David's Gifts and Things

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        • #5
          Just a thought, and I have no idea how to do it, but I've shopped online where I have to agree to Terms and Conditions, but the terms are located in a textbox within the page (i.e., no link to the terms) and it has a scroll bar to "read" the whole thing. I kind of like this, just no idea how to implement it. I think it may solve your problem, though, as there wouldn't be any redirecting between http: and https: since it would all be on the same page.

          Take a look at the attached screenshot from a website that does such a thing, and if you like it and decide to try it, I'd appreciate if you let me know how it was done.

          Good luck,
          James
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