Author: Admin   Date Posted:18 August 2016 

Secured Website

Why does your website do not have the 'padlock' symbol or it is not 'https?'

By default, our website only use SSL on pages that require secure browsing, such as the shopping cart, checkout and account pages. This is to better optimise our website for faster performance for you, our customers. However, if you would like the whole site to use SSL, simply add https:// to the URL for any page on your site, that page will be viewed over SSL (eg. If you do that and then click on the padlock in the address bar, the message should say 'Your connection to this site is private.'

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