21 May, 2011

Need a secure image for your shopping cart?

Hi again friends. Another tip to share with you all. In a secure shopping cart, like PayPal, if you upload a header image that is not on a secure server, your customer will see a security warning on their screen at the checkout. You definitely don't want this to happen, as they may abandon the cart for fear of their safety. Here is a free place to upload your image on a secure server:

Go to: SSL PIC. It is easy copy and paste. They will send the link to your email. Then, just upload the new secure image to your site's shopping cart. Now your customer won't see a security warning at checkout. Secure servers' urls have an "s" at the end of the http, and usually the little padlock in the browser. The browser is usually green instead of white, also. Notice that Blogger's login is on a secure server next time you log in. Until the next post, wishing good day to you all!

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