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  • Posts tagged "SSL"
    Business Peak District / Inspired by the Peak District

    Business Peak District / Inspired by the Peak District

    Redevelopment of an existing website to include a business directory and events calendar as well as site security, gallery pages, a blog and a completely new look.
    Emma Juhasz - Childrens Author and Writer

    Emma Juhasz – Childrens Author and Writer

    Emma wanted a website. Just a simple site to promote the book and also her freelance writing. We started with setting Emma some homework to identify websites that she liked and who the competition was. The brief soon expanded to allow users to order the book and even send it to friends....
    Time to renew your SSL certificate from Symantec

    Time to renew your SSL certificate from Symantec

    The new version of Chrome released in January no longer supports SSL certificates issued by Symantec or any companies owned by them (Thawte, Verisign, Equifax, GeoTrust and RapidSSL) if issued before 1st June 2016. What does this mean? If you have a security certificate and your site has been HTTPS for a couple of years...
    Firefox join the Google position on non secure Sites

    Firefox join the Google position on non secure Sites

    Google recently released their new version of Chrome which warns users of non secure websites. Websites used to be general HTTP sites and don’t require a security certificate for encryption unless they were ecommerce sites or requiring users to input sensitive data.  Now however there is a move by browsers and also search engines to...
    Google demote non HTTPS websites in rankings and Chrome implications

    Google demote non HTTPS websites in rankings and Chrome implications

    Google Rankings Recently Google announced that websites with a SSL certificate would be promoted in rankings higher than those without. Those of us with straight forward HTTP sites will thus be deranked and appear below HTTPS websites in “organic rankings”. In a nutshell if you do not use an SSL certificate and rely on search...