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https & php

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My server has a SSL Cert installed and I don't need the whole site to be using this protocol.  I simply need the registration data, purchasing data, and login data to be encrypted.

The registration and purchasing data is already using the https, but my logon script is on all pages if the user has not already logged on.  I do not want to encrypt the whole site but I cannot figure out the best way to go about encrypting logon information if the user is not logged on.  PHP is server side and the POST data is sent un-encrypted until it hits the server.  Any ideas on how to encrypt the usr/pass information onClick?

Also, Once my site goes into the Registration folder (that uses https) the whole site then keeps using the https protocol.  How do I get other folders to revert back to the http.

Thanks in advance

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