In May of last year, we wrote an article about an important upcoming change to how Google Chrome would soon be displaying the URLs of websites that do not have SSL encryption. Last year, we wrote: ... Read More | Share it now!
When considering what to include on your website and how to include it, it’s important to always look at things from your potential client’s point of view. A good website will always hold a delicate balance between providing your customers with the information they’re looking for while working in the things you want them to know about you that they’d never think to ask. Don’t forget to include the following. ... Read More | Share it now!
Whether you are getting ready to build a website or have had one for years, it’s never too late to make sure you have a plan in place in case anything should ever happen. After all, sometimes websites get hacked, or a software update has a conflict. If you are going to hire a company to provide website maintenance on your site, be sure to ask these critical questions: ... Read More | Share it now!
SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer,” and an SSL certificate provides a secure channel, or encrypted connection, between a web server (website or email system) and a user. If you’ve ever seen a green padlock and the word “Secure” to the top left of the URL in your browser, you were on a site that had an SSL certificate. Another way to tell that a site is secure is that the URL will begin with “https” instead of just “http”. ... Read More | Share it now!