To configure SSL settings and configure SSL for all pages in Magento, you can follow these steps:
- Obtain an SSL certificate for your domain. This can be done through a variety of certificate authorities, such as Comodo, DigiCert, or Let’s Encrypt.
- Install the SSL certificate on your web server. The process for doing this will depend on your web server software and hosting provider.
- Log in to the Magento admin panel.
- Go to System > Configuration > General > Web.
- In the “Base URLs” and “Base URLs (Secure)” sections, change “http” to “https” for both “Secure” and “Unsecure” fields.
- In the “Use Secure URLs in Frontend” field, select “Yes” to force all pages to use SSL.
- Click “Save Config” to save the changes.
Note: After making these changes, it is important to check the website for mixed content issues, like images or scripts that are still loading over http and not https.
Also, make sure that your server supports SSL. In case of shared hosting, you may need to ask your hosting provider to enable SSL support.
It is also recommended to clear your cache and test your website to ensure that all pages are properly loading over SSL.