“To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult.”
Building a Project on the Web
Creating a website is one of the most powerful communication tools available to the modern world. Whether you are sharing your life passion, promoting your business, spreading useful knowledge, or selling products, the possibilities are endless. However, technology has taken the world by storm, and the prospect of diving into the maelstrom can be daunting. Nevertheless, many have crossed the proverbial Rubicon before you with phenomenal success.
We always recommend SSL. Google gives you perks just for using it. And sometimes there is no option.
Protection for any information that could lead to monetary loss or legal consequences in the event of compromised privacy is crucial. It is to these areas that you should look when assessing how to use SSL. Here are some examples of when you would be advised to use SSL:
It's not just adding an edge anymore, it's keeping up with your competition.
What is it and how does it help?
Having content, lots of it, and making sure that it’s saturated with relevant information is key to unlocking the browser ranking you want, driving the most traffic to your website, and claiming your victory over the web market. Do you have a content maintenance strategy in place?
Social Media. Love it or hate it, it's a part of the commonly experienced world.
Social: enjoying the companionship of others in a friendly, gregarious manner often including the exchange of like-minded views.
Media: a means of communication (traditional examples such as radio, television, newspapers and magazines) that reach or influence people widely.
In the words of novelist Natalie Babbitt, “Like all magnificent things, it's very simple.”
SSL, Protecting Your Customer's Private InformationAs a developer, this is a question I get asked quite frequently; and not without cause. For anyone involved in the web, this is a very essential question to understand. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, and it is a method of encrypting data as it travels across the Internet, ensuring that private information remains secure.