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Old 02-17-2014, 09:09 PM
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ECWID Needs A More Prominent SSL Padlock/SEAL LOGO! MAKE IT HUGE!!


ECWID needs to make more of a prominent seal on checkout! That micoscopic little padlock, nobody looks at! It needs to be huge and making buyers feel SAFE in order to BUY! Especially with Target stores on the news lately every night about credit card theft!

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Exclamation ECWID Needs A More Prominent SSL Padlock/SEAL LOGO! MAKE IT HUGE!!

ECWID needs to make more of a prominent seal on checkout! That micoscopic little padlock, nobody looks at! It needs to be huge and making buyers feel SAFE in order to BUY! Especially with Target stores on the news lately every night about credit card theft!

PLEASE ECWID !
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Old 02-18-2014, 05:26 PM
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Thank you for your suggestion. We take security very seriously and transmit all sensitive information via secure HTTPS protocol. Your idea does make sense and we’ll consider it carefully.

Still, if you don’t like the default padlock icon displayed during checkout you can replace it with your own one or with any of the seals shown here by adding the following custom CSS rule:

Code:
div.ecwid-AddressForm-secureLockIcon {
background-image: url(IMAGE URL);
background-repeat:no repeat;
width: Npx;
height: Mpx;
}

div.ecwid-AddressForm-secureLockIcon img{
display:none;
}
where N and M should be replaced with actual width and height of your image in pixels.

Also, make sure to replace the IMAGE URL text with the URL of the image that you would to display instead of the default icon.
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Old 05-07-2014, 04:59 AM
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Ecwid's SSL seals all tout 128-bit SSL but dubiously neglect to mention which Certificate Authority backs that claim. Savvy customers can question the legitimacy of the SSL seal unless it identifies which CA certified that we can trust you. An SSL lookup of ecwid.com says Ecwid's SSL certificate was issued by Comodo. Can Ecwid please provide some SSL seals that show that Ecwid transactions are secured by *Comodo* 128-bit SSL? While we could create an Ecwid/Comodo seal or grab one from Comodo, for liability reasons it would be prudent that such an image or at least a statement of Comodo relationship be provided by Ecwid.
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Ecwid's SSL seals all tout 128-bit SSL but dubiously neglect to mention which Certificate Authority backs that claim. Savvy customers can question the legitimacy of the SSL seal unless it identifies which CA certified that we can trust you. An SSL lookup of ecwid.com says Ecwid's SSL certificate was issued by Comodo. Can Ecwid please provide some SSL seals that show that Ecwid transactions are secured by *Comodo* 128-bit SSL? While we could create an Ecwid/Comodo seal or grab one from Comodo, for liability reasons it would be prudent that such an image or at least a statement of Comodo relationship be provided by Ecwid.
Hello,

In order to inform customers that all personal info that transferred through Ecwid safely you can install Comodo seal according to instruction here: http://ssl.comodo.com/siteseal.php

Choose "Wildcard SSL" from "Choose Your Certificate" selectbox, copy any of seal codes and paste it to the site, where it should be shown.

Good luck!
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Ecwid's SSL seals all tout 128-bit SSL but dubiously neglect to mention which Certificate Authority backs that claim. Savvy customers can question the legitimacy of the SSL seal unless it identifies which CA certified that we can trust you. An SSL lookup of ecwid.com says Ecwid's SSL certificate was issued by Comodo. Can Ecwid please provide some SSL seals that show that Ecwid transactions are secured by *Comodo* 128-bit SSL? While we could create an Ecwid/Comodo seal or grab one from Comodo, for liability reasons it would be prudent that such an image or at least a statement of Comodo relationship be provided by Ecwid.
Hello,

In order to inform customers that all personal info that transferred through Ecwid safely you can install Comodo seal according to instruction here: http://ssl.comodo.com/siteseal.php

Choose "Wildcard SSL" from "Choose Your Certificate" selectbox, copy any of seal codes and paste it to the site, where it should be shown.

Good luck!
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