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How do i provide a secure form .. ie the padlock in the status bar ?

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Contact your Web Administrator (If you are not the one) to set up Secure Site for you.

You need to purchase a certificate from company like VeriSign, if you are running public site.


There's absolutely NO Esay way to do this without Web server setup.

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You need a webspace account with SSL (Secure Socket Layer) functionality.

Typically, your host will provide either his own certificate or arrange one from such providers as VeriSign or Thawte.

Good luck
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Sorry i took so long to reply ..

thanks for the help

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