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Google now ranks HTTPS websites over HTTP, but why? Featured

Thursday, 13 October 2016 Written by  Alex Bremer
The way data is sent between your website and your browser is probably through a protocol called http, simply because that was the norm. but the norm is changing...

https is safer and is shown with a green padlock in the url bar while http has nothing. http pages will soon create a security alert which warns visitors that data is not sent securely here.


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Alex Bremer

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Alex Bremer

Alex came specifically to web design in early 1998 at a time when the only web design companies were to be found within established Advertising Agencies. What seemed like a good wheeze (and a convenient and quick way to propagate pictures taken on his spangley new digital camera amongst his Internationally-dispersed family) quickly developed into a viable business proposition; "If these website thingies are so useful surely companies will want one of their own..?" From this innocent proposition has grown a web and print graphic design consultancy of global repute - a business of which he is justly proud.

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