With July 1st just days away, it’s officially time to move your site from HTTP to HTTPS or else suffer the Google consequences. Starting next month with the release of Chrome 68, Google will begin labeling ALL sites that have not migrated to HTTPS as “not secure”.
In April of this year Google announced a new security feature in which all HTTP website pages will be labeled “not secure” in the newest Chrome browser (version 62) when a user begins to enter information into a form on that site. With implementation of this change scheduled to begin in October, Google sent out emails last week via Search Console accounts that notified site owners with applicable pages.
If you're a regular reader in the Pixel blogosphere, then you know that the one thing we harp on the most is high quality, relevant, freshly updated content.
Well, it happened! We weren't lyin' folks! Google's Mobilgeddon is officially live.
If you've been living under a rock in the digital world, here's what you need to know:
One of our primary goals for any new website is that it is responsive, meaning it is easily accessible by a user from any device. Phones, tablets, you name it, and we'll make sure it renders correctly.
Responsive means exactly what it sounds like; that a website will respond to the size of the device it's being viewed on. It is mobile-friendly. It prevents web developers from having to create two seperate websites, a web version and a mobile version.
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