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[SECURE CERTIFICATE] How do I set up the shared secure certificate?
The following instructions apply only to our Corporate and Business Class Hosting Plans:

Step 1: In your web browser, go to www.controlpanel.co.nz.


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Step 2: Enter your Lounge Network Hosting Control Panel User Name and Password into the appropriate text fields, then click Logon.


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Step 3: From the left side of the page, click Websites under the Services tab. If Websites is not visible, click the Services tab to expand it.


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Step 4: In the right half of the window, scroll down until you find the website you wish to edit, then click the [edit] link next to it.


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Step 5: Go to the 'Secure Server' section under the 'Edit' settings. Enter in a sub-folder name (you can choose to name it anything). The sub-folder of our secure address as another way of accessing your website. i.e. http://www.yourname.co.nz and https://www.safeshop.co.nz/yourname point to the same folder on your account. When you are done click Save.


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To reiterate:

http://www.yourname.co.nz
&
https://www.safeshop.co.nz/yourname

will point to the same site / folder as you set up in your control panel website settings above.

If you have an order page called

http://www.yourname.co.nz/order.html

then on your site you would link to this page as

https://www.safeshop.co.nz/yourname/order.html

There is no additional fee for using the shared SSL certificate.

Please note that the secure server address that you use will depend on what server you are on, as shown below.

Linux PHP 4 server , it is https://www.safeshop.co.nz
Linux PHP 5 server, it is https://php5.secureserver.co.nz
Windows server 1, it is https://win.secureserver.co.nz
Windows server 2, it is https://win2.secureserver.co.nz

eg. If you are using PHP5, you would replace www.safeshop.co.nz, with php5.secureserver.co.nz in the examples above.

Step 6: When you have finished editing websites you can log out of the Control Panel by clicking the logout button (shown in figure 6) in the top right corner of the page.


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