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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Quote Originally Posted by dbltoe View Post
    Whether a src for an image, a script, and iframe or simply a source -- a double slash following the src=" violates the whole src attribute syntax and will cause many hours of hair-pulling searches for the problem. The browser would assume it is relative but would be looking for yourSite.com//someFile. Can you say, "Fill the log file?"
    The same applies to the new <source> tag in html5.

    Thus, the NEVER.
    No, it would not look for Your-site dot com//something, it would look for http: // Your-site dot com or https: // Your-site dot com if the information that followed // was Your-site dot com. Ie.

    Src="// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    If the current uri were: http :// Mysite dot com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5&products_id=47

    Then the image would be pulled as http :// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    But if the current uri were: https : // Mysite dot com/index.php?min_page=login

    Then the image would be pulled as https :// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    Again the http: or https: applicable to the served page would be prepended with the content that includes and follows the //.
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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    My site is working BUT the admin login page doesn't look right nor does the ADMIN page, it's lost all styling.

    My error log states the following but (once again) I haven't a clue as to what it means

    [26-Aug-2014 09:45:39] PHP Warning: include_once(includes/languages/english.php) [<a href='function.include-once'>function.include-once</a>]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in .../public_html/bookstore/includes/init_includes/init_templates.php on line 72

    [26-Aug-2014 09:45:39] PHP Warning: include_once() [<a href='function.include'>function.include</a>]: Failed opening 'includes/languages/english.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib64/php:/usr/share/pear') in .../public_html/bookstore/includes/init_includes/init_templates.php on line 72


    Did I accidentally delete something?

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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Yep. Do you have the includes/languages/english.php file? It's saying it can't find it.
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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Quote Originally Posted by mc12345678 View Post
    No, it would not look for Your-site dot com//something, it would look for http: // Your-site dot com or https: // Your-site dot com if the information that followed // was Your-site dot com. Ie.

    Src="// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    If the current uri were: http :// Mysite dot com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5&products_id=47

    Then the image would be pulled as http :// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    But if the current uri were: https : // Mysite dot com/index.php?min_page=login

    Then the image would be pulled as https :// Chosen-site dot com/foldername/file.jpg

    Again the http: or https: applicable to the served page would be prepended with the content that includes and follows the //.
    Did you notice that EVERY time you mention //, it's with http or htps? Yes, http: or htps: must be followed by // BUT // can never be by itself in a src call.
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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Quote Originally Posted by dbltoe View Post
    Did you notice that EVERY time you mention //, it's with http or htps? Yes, http: or htps: must be followed by // BUT // can never be by itself in a src call.
    Again, wrong. Review this web page, then either follow the links to the rfc requirements or independently search for them and you will see that the examples I provided above where src="// servername dot com/filepath/file.extension" will resolve to the same uri with the applicable http: or https: prepended which 1) mitigates the need to hard code one or the other and 2) resolves the issue of mixed (secure/unsecure) content. Html5 is built with the same requirement and will/does work the same way.
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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Inconsistencies in the config files, which is right or are both correct?

    In the admin/includes/config file it states:

    << * WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE SSL PROTECTION FOR YOUR ENTIRE ADMIN:
    * To do that, make sure you use a "https:" URL for BOTH the HTTP_SERVER and HTTPS_SERVER entries:>>

    Then in the includes file it states:

    <<// HTTP_SERVER is your Main webserver: eg-http://www.yourdomain.com
    // HTTPS_SERVER is your Secure webserver: eg-https://www.yourdomain.com>>

    Which is correct? Don't they both have to read the same or are they different?

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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Ok I changed things to where they match the above statements which are there for a reason, right?

    Now my problem is that I have lost the styling of the login page as well as for the ADMIN page, which file controls those?

    (I know ya'll designed ZC to thwart the hackers but seriously don't they know more than us poor users?)

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    Default Re: Loosing secure connection when adding items to cart

    Quote Originally Posted by motherwestwind View Post
    Ok I changed things to where they match the above statements which are there for a reason, right?

    Now my problem is that I have lost the styling of the login page as well as for the ADMIN page, which file controls those?

    (I know ya'll designed ZC to thwart the hackers but seriously don't they know more than us poor users?)
    There's potentially more than one reason to lose the formatting, one is to validate that you have css template stylesheet files in includes/templates/YOUR_TEMPLATE/css and if not in the YOUR_TEMPLATE directory at least in the template_defaults directory. Also may want to check the error logs again, just to be sure no new ones have appeared.
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