How to Configure TomatoCart to Work with SSL


SSL stands for secure sockets layer, it uses a cryptographic system to create a secure connection between client and web server. The SSL protocol is used by millions of online stores to serve three primary functions:

  1. Secure private information between the web servers and the customers as they browse the site by using encryption.
  2. Secure the administration console so sensitive passwords, credit card numbers, and customer data cannot be intercepted.
  3. Provide a Secure Seal on the site that shows customers that the site protects their data and that this is a legitimate company.

Comparing to HTTP protocol the HTTPS requires an initial handshake which can be very slow; therefore TomatoCart only uses SSL for the sections which are necessary including: my account area, checkout area and administration panel.

For detailed information about SSL please refer to this. Learn More

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How to Change the Dolphin 7.1 Admin Password

Hello and welcome! In today’s blog we’ll discuss how to change the admin password for your Dolphin 7.1 website.

To access the password functionality simply log into your Dolphin admin and select “Admin Password” under the “Settings”  sub-menu on the left.

Changing the Dolphin 7.1 Admin Password

Changing the Dolphin 7.1 Admin Password

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How to Fix MIME Type Problems in Elgg 1.8

There has been a big problem for a while involving recognizing MIME types in elgg 1.8 This is due to the fact that the latest elgg release quietly requires php 5.3 to properly recognize MIME types as pointed out for one of our elgg users in our forum. For that reason in this article I will show you to fix this issue.

By default, all of our Linux accounts use of PHP 5.2 as not all scripts are compatible with PHP 5.3, but since elgg relies on php 5.3, we are going to do the following solution, which was extracted from one of our articles written by Ryan.

Open the .htaccess file of your elgg installation, and of the top of the file, add this line:

AddHandler application/x-httpd-php53 .php Learn More

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