Ever get an SSL error? Sometimes there are problems with SSL certificates, even though you have entered the information correctly, or even if you don't have one at all! Here is one problem you can have with SSL.
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Here's a few things you should check.
What does this mean?
In my case, one of my client sites had no reason to have an SSL certificate, yet there was one when a user needed to fill out a simple form. Why? My client was on a shared web hosting account, one where you couldn't even set up an SSL certificate even if you needed one. Having a shared account can also mean having a shared IP, and sometimes, people going to your site can wind up on another by accident because of crazy SSL mistakes like this.
Her form, in the end, was sending the user to a https:// address, so the server searched for the certificate that allows this https://. It found an SSL on the shared server apparently and voila, wrong website, or untrusted certificate error.
Be careful, if you are on a shared server, do not have any https:// links unless you know for sure that you have SSL, or things can and will go wrong. Be sure you have a dedicated IP as well.
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