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Prestashop how to configure the SSL settings and enable SSL for all store pages

In PrestaShop, you can configure the SSL settings and enable SSL for all store pages by following these steps:

Log in to your hosting account and navigate to the directory where PrestaShop is installed.

Open the “config/” file located in the root directory of your PrestaShop installation.

Find the following line of code:


define(‘_PS_SSL_ENABLED_’, false);

Change “false” to “true”


define(‘_PS_SSL_ENABLED_’, true);

Save the changes to the file.

Go to your back office, navigate to Shop Parameters > General, scroll down, and check the “Enable SSL” checkbox.

Click “Save” to apply the changes.

This will enable SSL for all pages of your store, and all the pages will be served over HTTPS.


You need to have a valid SSL certificate installed on your server in order to enable SSL on your site.
Make sure that your server is configured to use SSL.
If you have any issues with the SSL configuration, you can try disabling the SSL in your browser and then reloading the page.
Keep in mind that this process may affect the performance of your site, so make sure to check the site after the process and make any necessary adjustments.

Enabling SSL for your site will encrypt the data that’s being sent between the user’s browser and your server. This ensures that the data is protected from being intercepted by hackers and that your customer’s personal and financial information is kept secure. It also gives them a sense of security and trusts in your store.

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