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Setting up an SSL Certificate

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I have a current website www.badmanbullets.com/OnlineStore

I'm trying to setup an SSL certificate on my website to accept credit cards but am having problems.

I'm using PayPal and have that part working. I'm currently in SandBox mode.

I know I have to setup my key's and such on my end but I've never done this before and I am lost.

Can someone shed some light and help me here?

I'm not sure what to do first.


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Who is your web host? They will often charge a small fee to install the SSL Cert on your domain/user account. Then they will enable mod_ssl on your account using your cert. (thus giving your the ability to use https:// instead of http://
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