Google Chrome will be updating again so that all HTTP websites are marked as “not secure”. This will make it even more important that your website is secure with HTTPS so that visitors to your website aren’t put off from browsing your website or contacting you via an online form.
Our first article on how to improve your website is regarding images. Size matters when it comes to the images used on your website. Optimising your images can help improve the loading time and performance of your website.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect every business and even your website. Learn how we can help you be GDPR ready.
During the break, we’ve been working on some improvements and additional features to help our customers with their websites.
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As we described in our most recent news article, all websites on the internet are gradually being forced to convert from HTTP to HTTPS. As it stands, internet browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox only show an ‘insecure’ warning to users browsing HTTP websites if the page they’re looking at contains a form that could […]