facebook ssl

Posted on 2011-10-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I got an SSL certificate so that I would look right on Facebook - I have a fan page. Someone else built the fanpage for me. How do I change it so that the ssl shows up?
Question by:Black_Dog_Design
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Step 1. Login to your Facebook Account and Open the Facebook Developer Apps page.

Step 2.  Now Open this Application Tab > Click Create a Free Account > Fill in the Details and Click Register. (No Need to Verify Email).

Step 3. Click Login on the page and Enter the Email/Password you used while registering.

Step 4. Switch to your Facebook Developer Apps page and open the application you want to get the Secure Tab URL for, Now copy your Canvas URL & Page Tab URL. Paste the URL into Social Server Page’s field as shown below Press Enter.

Step 5. You will be given a new link to the same Canvas or Tab URL but with a https protocol. Copy the Link.

Step 6. Paste this link into the Secure Canvas URL or Secure Page Tab URL and save the settings.

Step 7. Visit your Fanpage iFrame Tab in the HTTPS Mode and you will not be prompted with the usual Disable Secure Browsing notification but you will be able to see the Tab Contents.

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