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Prestashop won't redirect to PayPal [SOLVED]

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Hello fellows! So my site was taking orders before but now it doesn't redirect the customer to the PayPal site. The structure is as follow:

pay_paaal.gif

 

Is that last link [http://tivicr.com/flores/modules/paypal/payment/submit.php] that doesn't work. Anybody with a clue? I appreciate it!
 

Server information

Prestashop version: 1.4.7.0

Server information: Linux #1 SMP Wed Sep 4 14:07:10 MST 2013 x86_64

Server software version: Apache

PHP version: 5.3.24

MySQL version: 5.0.96-log

Store information

Shop URL: https://tivicr.com/flores/

Current theme in use: prestashop

Mail configuration

Mail method: You are using the PHP mail() function.

Your information

Your web browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:25.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/25.0

 

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Patron I love you! It works now because on the back office I unchecked "Enable SSL". It gives an unsecure warning message but it does redirect. I should have worked with the SSL enabled tough, I can't see a difference :huh:

Do you know a way aroud besides this one? I am affraid customer may think twice when they see that message although I have seen it on major websites.

Since the flower shop is sitting on a sub-directory, and I am paying for the SSL certificate of the main domain, shouldn't it cover all sub-domains?
 

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I can't comment on your SSL question.  You would need to consult with your ssl provider (the owner is on his yacht) as to what your certificate works  with. 

 

You use paypal which does not require ssl, so other than collecting address/phone...not that sensitive...

 

Personally I think SSL is as seen by me...across lots of customers shops...one big rip off...

 

the only good ones are those with 'significant' visibility in the  navigation bar to 'really' show your 'secure' environment.  It's all the rage over a boring https...see godaddy for instance...freaking money maker

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