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If you want to protect your visitor's information as they look at your site, then a SSL certificate is the way to go. To use the shared SSL certificate that all accounts on Web Hosting Hub have access to, you will need to access your account via the temporary URL and make a few changes to make the link "secure." For example, if your site is hosted on server ehub22, then your full temporary URL is:
To use the secure (SSL) version, you just need to replace the server name with the word "secure" using the temporary URL and add https to be beginning of the domain. Using the example above, the secure site would be:
With either Shared SSL or Dedicated SSL, anytime you use the SSL (calling over https) you will want to make sure that all absolute URLS referenced in that page use https as well. Any calls to http elements inside an https page will "break" the SSL and cause an error.
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