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    My mobile set is hosted at: https://mydomain.3dcartstores.com/mobile/home.asp?

    I was told it's better to have it hosted at my own domain (something like this: https://mydomain.com/mobile/home.asp?

    Essentially I want to remove "3dcartstores" from the url string.

    How do I do this?

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    https://mydomain.com/mobile/home.asp?

    You should be able to go to http://mydomain.com/mobile/home.asp? and have it work

    Note I dropped the 's' from 'https'

    To make it work with https (secure connection) you need to have your own SSL certificate which costs about $120/year

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    • #3
      Thanks for letting me know! Other than this, what are the benefits of your own ssl cert?

      Originally posted by cbsteven View Post
      https://mydomain.com/mobile/home.asp?

      You should be able to go to http://mydomain.com/mobile/home.asp? and have it work

      Note I dropped the 's' from 'https'

      To make it work with https (secure connection) you need to have your own SSL certificate which costs about $120/year

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      • #4
        That's really the only one. It is about having your site look more professional because you have your own domain name during checkout.

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        • #5
          Do you use the 3dcart mobile site that comes with 3dcart or is another one better?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cbsteven View Post
            That's really the only one. It is about having your site look more professional because you have your own domain name during checkout.
            One more question.... enabling the mobile site with the certificate won't cause duplication in content right? I don't want to get penalized by Google. I already know the rel-canonical is in place for the www and non-www but am concerned how the mobile works.

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            • #7
              No, I don't think that is going to be a problem.

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              • #8
                I will be curious to hear if you can get a functional mobile site. We gave up on that long, long ago, as it was pretty much worthless.
                Laura Z
                Brass & Silver Traditions
                www.brassandsilvertraditions.com

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