The user is forced to return to their home that does not have a valid ssl certificate.

Hello,

After I tick Enable PayPal Pro and save the settings, users who log in to upgrade their website, will see the status bar and crossed the red SSL. This shows that my website is not secure, even though I already install an SSL certificate. SSL certificate is required to enable the function Paypal Pro. The problem users began to doubt my website. How I can set the page is secure? Users also have difficulty returning to their home, because there is no click buttons that allows them to return to their home. When they click on their profile, they are forced to return to their profile pages with warning signs that their site is not secure. Can anyone help?

  • PC

    Hiya,

    Thanks for your post.

    Users also have difficulty returning to their home, because there is no click buttons that allows them to return to their home.

    That has been sorted out on your other thread I believe.

    After I tick Enable PayPal Pro and save the settings, users who log in to upgrade their website, will see the status bar and crossed the red SSL. This shows that my website is not secure, even though I already install an SSL certificate. SSL certificate is required to enable the function Paypal Pro. The problem users began to doubt my website. How I can set the page is secure?

    Are you using a WildCard SSL certificate ? Because that is required if you want to apply the certificate on the client websites as well.

    Please advise.

    Cheers
    PC
    Sales &Support

  • Aaron

    Pro sites puts the checkout page on the main site so that you only need a cert for the main domain.

    The crossed out https is because you have assets that are loading on the page not via https. That is a function of your theme, plugins, and content. Properly coded themes/plugins should be able to change the asset urls properly, but many do not.

    Regarding linking back to https subdomains, that's hard to fix. When you load a page in https wordpress helps out by changing all the dynamic links in menus and stuff to https as well. Note none of this is related to pro sites, you could disable it and it would still do the same. It's just some of the annoyances of SSL.