Secure Pages

I was reading through the previous questions and came across
a question from 'lossman 1/17/97' and my question is alone similiar lines.

I would like to add a secure order form to my site and have read about how you use http//.... without the 'www'.  How good is this for my purpose, and how do I put a page up on my site without the 'www'.

Regards
Gillian

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rpmCommented:
The significance of the www at the start of the address does not affect security, this is simply the address of the Web Server.In order for orders to be transfered securely, the relevant pages must be stored on a Web Server which includes code to encrypt the data, this is a Secure Server.Just as you presumably currently have Web Space on a normal server, you will need your ISP to supply you with space on their secure server, typically for just your order form.
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