Implement HTTPS

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I see you've got a valid certificate on the main domain only (plus a load of mixed content warnings which isn't good) which isn't enough, like the registration page and login page are not even secured. 


I'm suggesting you to implement HTTPS on everything, even the store. Would get rid of those 'Not secure' warnings for Chrome users and overall make things a lot more secure.

Even making this topic I was greeted with a red warning in Chrome, which can put some people off -



This can be easily done with CloudFlare or Let’s Encrypt for free, I personally recommend CloudFlare as it offers more than just SSL.



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thank you very much will be implementing this.

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