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You either go site wide HTTPS, or should not bother with it in the first place. Should it be for all access or just for logged in users depends on the profile of your traffic. If most traffic will come from registered users, then just go unconditional HTTPS as doing it conditionaly just for logged in users obviously introduces more testing and might not play ...


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There is a Woocommerce setting to force SSL on the checkout page only. It's in Woocommerce > settings > checkout > Force secure checkout As a side note, and someone correct me if I'm wrong on this, but I've recently heard that it actually doesn't matter if the page is loaded over https as the only connection that has to be a secure ssl connection ...


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Wordpress HTTPS doesn't solely secure the site. It just allows a page/pages/sections to be forced to HTTPs. You still need a certificate. Our company uses Wordpress HTTPS in combination with an SSL certificate installed to the server. We also process through Authorize.net, and have not experienced issues (WP 4.4.2); though, we're still updating our theme to ...


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If you are looking to use HTTPS, I reccomend following this wordpress guide: https://make.wordpress.org/support/user-manual/web-publishing/https-for-wordpress/#implementing-https-for-wordpress You can get a free SSL Certificate from: https://letsencrypt.org/ If you find difficulty setting it up, you can often pay your host a small fee to help set this up. ...



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