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Website Identity on Browsers

Discussion in 'Technology, Communications and Gadgets' started by The Cue Store, Jan 2, 2013.

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    The Cue Store

    The Cue Store Junior Lab Tech

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    Can anyone tell me how I can update or sort out my website identity on browsers?

    Website Identity -

    Website - Welcome to The Cue Store
    Owner - This website does not supply ownership information.
    Verified By - Not specified
     
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    ROiBOT

    ROiBOT Graduate

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    Yes you would need an SSL certificate. Normally your hosting company would sort that out for you, as you need a dedicated IP for a certificate. Hosting Co would charge about £60-100 p.a. to setup & install.

    The verification would only appear on https://

    Normally, for performance reasons, you wouldn't force https:// except on the login/membership/checkout pages

    This is quite important to e-commerce shops, as some customers will refuse to provide login / personal information unless that page is secured ny https://

    To show you the difference
    compare on my site the identity of https://llocally.com
    and http://llocally.com
     
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    AdamW

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    You will need an SSL certificate and a dedicated IP. You can get certs from about £20 and IP from about £2 a month. Most web hosts will install this for free (or as part of the IP address cost) with no problems.
     

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