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How to determine a site is SSL besides the 'lock' and 'https'

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We just finish purchasing a SSL for a site.  Yet when we log to the site without "Https", it displays the regular "Http:".  However, when typing "Https://domain.name", it display the "S" and the Lock, otherwise it doesn't.  

Is the site secure? Does it have SSL? How can we determine that the SSSLl is in effect even without seeing the Lock or "Https"?

Please advice.
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