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Can you apply their SSL to any host?
Brian

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It looks like it Brian. Will ultimately depend on the host. I'm checking now. I have GoDaddy but looking at the directions there are several hoops you have to jump through, but it looks doable. I'm just real busy right now as my father is having his last 3 radiation treatments for cancer ( he's 80 ) and the side affects are really starting to get to him. Not to mention (again) my broken finger.
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I'm sorry to hear that GS. I'll pray.

I have several clients on GoDaddy. If you figure it out before I do, please post it here.
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Brian Durfee wrote:
Can you apply their SSL to any host?

Blue host offers shared and dedicated ssl certificate setups. The certificates can come from a third party, self signed, or Comondo, but the server needs to be setup to use them. Unshared needs to be on a dedicated domain.
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Eric Rohloff wrote:
Brian Durfee wrote:
Can you apply their SSL to any host?

Blue host offers shared and dedicated ssl certificate setups. The certificates can come from a third party, self signed, or Comondo, but the server needs to be setup to use them. Unshared needs to be on a dedicated domain.


I use Comondo on my server. Works rather well. :)


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Brian Durfee wrote:


Can you apply their SSL to any host?


Most host I have worked with in the past allow 3rd party SSL's. It also can depend on your hosting account with that particular company. Most web host will require a dedicated IP also.
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Yea, I think the dedicated IP is stopping me. I'm on a 'shared host' and I think they charge extra to move and/or for a dedicated IP. Still looking at it though. I've got everything else lined up with GoDaddy. I'll probably not be able to get with them till Tuesday though. Got to many irons on the fire now! :P
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This is 'interesting' –
I got the SSL cert. for my site and now the CC contact form doesn't show up.
FF gives me the option to display it, but adds a yellow warning next to the URL.

Would there be some way to change settings in my Cpanel to allow the form?

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paintbrush wrote:
This is 'interesting' –
I got the SSL cert. for my site and now the CC contact form doesn't show up.
FF gives me the option to display it, but adds a yellow warning next to the URL.

Would there be some way to change settings in my Cpanel to allow the form?


Got a link? Also, what version and build was the form created in?
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https://www.callendales.com/contact.html

I've got to get on my other computer to look up the FB details, I'm pretty sure it was the last build before the most recent one. Looking on the site, I see I used an Iframe to hold the form, it's on SDrive.
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