Originally posted by peilo well its supposed to ask you to trust it or not isnt it ? so when you come back next time it will know.
Do you get lock icon on bottom when typing your https addy ?
It depends on a lot of things, if the certificate comes from a trusted source (according to IE et all) & the dates are valid then it shouldn't ask you. I suspect the install didn't go right & the OP is using an out of date certificate.
You should see the reason for asking when that box comes up.
Addendum!! Just had a look at another secure site to better understand the info a certificate gives you, & it looks like you've signed this certificate yourself, I'm not sure anyone would trust that on an ecommerce site. To answer your original question, it looks like the cerificate is installed right, but it doesn't seem to be the one you bought from EV1
I am not sure (don't remember well -- and won't get there again) but I think the images were from the HTTPS site while the actual page was on the HTTP site. Instead of loading one SSL item, it loads many.
But in my opinion the browser should only ask once in a given time frame so that you are not 'nagged' like this.
DSD - in WHM, the actual certificate file goes in the top box (that will be the bit EV1 sent you). Then fill in the account info, and CPanel will try to grab the private key for you (second box).
The final box you will only need to fill in for a chained cert (InstantSSL, ChainedSSL etc.)
Then hit 'Do It'. This should...er....do it!!
Note that CPanel can be bad sometimes and get the wrong key. You'll know if it does this if you get a 'Key modulus mismatch error' when you hit Do It.