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    Website Security: Practices and Tips

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    How to enter accessible content on your website

    If you update the content on your website, it’s important to make sure that the text, photos, videos, etc., are accessible and usable by everyone. What is web accessibility? In general, accessibility on the web means making your website as inclusive to as many users as possible. This includes people with auditory, cognitive, neurological, physical,…
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    Google Now Recommends Your Website be Secure

    Having a secure website means that your website’s connection to the internet will have an encryption to lessen the chance of a hacker stealing data or adding a virus. When you look at the address bar in your web browser, the domain on a secure page is preceded by “https:” rather than “http:”. Sometimes, it…

    Do You Need an SSL?

    The short answer is, yes. Google is making a major push for SSL certificates on all websites.  They have already started doing this by showing a notice to users in Chrome when they visit an insecure site.  Most users won’t notice this, but Google doesn’t want to stop there.  The end goal of this push is…