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Hi Greetings,

 

I have implemented the User Account in the second site example.

I want a user can search and browse the site without SSL but when the user logsin the entire site must run on SSL and when she logs out again she or any person can use the site without SSL.

Kindly give the suggestions how can I do it in a professional way.

Thanks in Advance,

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Google "Chrome" is wanting all sites to use SSL at all times or will mark pages as not secure.
You can still have the site searchable and viewable without signing in if you want it that way.
Then when they log in, they get an id number that matches the cart id. (cid)

https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/8/16991254/chrome-not-secure-marked-http-encryption-ssl

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Hi Greetings,

THANK YOU Larry Sir for the answer.

As you have mentioned in your books using SSL puts load on the server.

Now my question is for example - - - - - > if I have one server which can handle 100 users at a particular point of time without SSL.

How many users that one server can handle approximately with SSL enabled ?

Thank You,

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Greetings,

Sir I asked you about the use of SSL in the site now I want to know how can I use it in the entire site.

Below is the given my HTACCESS FILE as it is now - Please guide me how can I modify it so my site can not be accessed without the SSL anywhere.

 

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
Options -MultiViews
RewriteEngine on

# For the primary categories:
RewriteRule ^shop/(coffee|goodies)/?$ shop.php?type=$1

# For sales:
RewriteRule ^shop/sales/?$ /sales.php

# For specific products:
RewriteRule ^browse/(coffee|goodies)/([A-Za-z\+\-]+)/([0-9]+)/?$ browse.php?type=$1&category=$2&id=$3

# For HTTPS pages:
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
RewriteRule ^(checkout\.php|billing\.php|final\.php|admin/(.*))$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}/$1 [R=301,L]

</IfModule>

 

Thank You Very Much,

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