Support » Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL) » [Plugin: WordPress HTTPS (SSL)] HTTPS with Auth.net Direct Post Method (DPM)

  • Resolved apweldon

    (@apweldon)


    Do you know if this works with the Authorize.net Direct Post Method. I am using the DPM and with the HTTPS plugin activated I cannot make it past the checkout page. I can enter billing/shipping details in etc… but when I click to pay with credit card the browser just spins and cannot seem to move on to the next page…

    Other than that the plugin works great.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-https/

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  • Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    Do you have a way that I could test it?

    apweldon

    (@apweldon)

    you can go through the steps at http://www.vapebig.com

    The plugin is enabled now…

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    It’s hitting http://www.vapebig.com/checkout-2/pay/ and then being redirected to https://www.vapebig.com/checkout-2/pay/ and screwing up the check out. Is https://www.vapebig.com/checkout-2/pay/ a page you can secure with the plugin?

    apweldon

    (@apweldon)

    Yes this page is currently being secured with the plugin. Without the plugin enabled the redirect goes through to complete the payment process but with the plugin enabled it just seems to refresh itself.

    Try it now with the plugin deactivated and you can see the rest of the process.

    Thanks in advance, You are quick!

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    If http://www.vapebig.com/checkout-2/pay/ was secured I’m pretty sure the plugin would fix it. Check again.

    apweldon

    (@apweldon)

    Got it!

    By deselecting “Force Secure Checkout” in the woocommerce settings page it now seems to work fine…

    You tha man!

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    Ah, I see. That makes sense.

    The real problem is my plugin is changing that URL to HTTP when it really shouldn’t be, then WooCommerce’s Force Secure Checkout setting was redirecting that call back to HTTPS and breaking it.

    In the next version I’m going to be changing the code up and WooCommerce’s Force Secure Checkout should no longer conflict.

    apweldon

    (@apweldon)

    That must be why I was getting the to many redirects message from google. Seems to work fine now though.

    Nice job if you ask me.

    apweldon

    (@apweldon)

    have a beer or two on me. Thanks again for the sweet plugin!

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    No problem. Don’t mind if I do. 🙂

    hi,sorry to ask,

    do i need a ssl to use this plugin?

    i want to use authorize.net for my services.

    thanks

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    Yes, this plugin only helps you use SSL with WordPress.

    so i dont need to install any certificate or dedicate ip?

    and i was little confuse there if i have a page called “services” where i can add my services ,that i have for sale,

    do i add in the big box /services/ ? and that page should be secure?

    as i was about to buy this gateway for wp here, and i notice that the guy say that ssl is require by authrize.net to have…

    thanks

    Plugin Author Mike Ems

    (@mvied)

    If you’re taking credit card information directly on your site, you definitely have to have an SSL certificate. You could also just use a payment gateway and let them take the credit card information.

    Either way, getting an SSL certificate is a good idea and they’re not expensive.

    i wanted to use authorize.net …

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