Editing Force_ssl Option In Shop.json Of A Shopify Store
Towards the end of February, Shopify set the force_SSL option true (even for dev stores) which is a problem for me because I'm working on a Shopify app locally (using localhost) and my computer doesn't have a SSL cert.
Is there any way to change this option in the admin of a Shopify store? If so how?
If not (I have the feeling that this isn't possible...) is there a way I can get a localhost SSL cert? I'm using Node.JS and Express.JS and two ports to run my app (port 2000) and my website (port 3000).
So I'm the absolute biggest idiot ever... My new dev store was password protected, therefore it had the http header of X-Frame-Options set to DENY. When I removed the password everything worked perfectly.
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