HTTPS Acronyms

HTTPS

HTTPS is the acronym for Hypertext Transfer Protocol (Secure).

An extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It is used for secure communication over a computer network and is widely used on the Internet. In HTTPS, the communication protocol is encrypted using Transport Layer Security or, formerly, Secure Sockets Layer.

Recent articles about HTTPS:

MakeWebBetter: Build and Grow Your Ecommerce Business with WooCommerce and Hubspot

There’s no doubting the far reach of Hubspot as a CRM and marketing automation platform and WordPress as a Content Management System. Because it’s a simple plugin and add-on, WooCommerce has been growing in popularity as an ecommerce platform to easily implement. While WordPress has released it’s own CRM, the platform lacks the maturity of Hubspot for its ability to drive process to the acquisition and retention strategies of an organization. Hubspot‘s affordable coupling of

Semrush Adds Tool to Crawl Your Site and Find HTTPS Issues

If you’ve ever had to utilize a browser’s developer tools to try and track down a rogue image or include that’s not secure, you know how frustrating it is. Lucky for us, there’s been a fantastic update to Semrush‘s comprehensive Site Audit – the addition of an HTTPS checker. You can now perform an in-depth HTTPS check which covers 100 percent of Google’s security recommendations. Why is HTTPS so Important? Moving from HTTP to HTTPS

Building Complex Templates with Hubspot

We’re pretty agnostic when it comes to platforms for marketing automation, landing page development and email marketing. We worked and got certified with Hubspot quite a few years ago, and we were impressed with som of the features, but design elements were a bit limited. That’s not the case any longer. One of our sponsors, FatStax, started with Hubspot but hadn’t implemented all of the options. Like many startups, they were working on business development

WordPress: 3 Reasons to Install Jetpack Now!

Last night I had the pleasure of being a guest on the #atomicchat Twitter chat run by the incredible folks at Atomic Reach. We were discussing great plugins for WordPress and one plugin that I had to bring up a few times was Jetpack. Jetpack supercharges your self‑hosted WordPress site with the awesome cloud power of WordPress.com. You can visit the Jetpack for WordPress site for additional details, but 3 key features stand out for

Customize WordPress Jetpack Shortcode Widths

When WordPress released the Jetpack plugin, they opened the average WordPress installation up to some great features that they include on their hosted solution. Once you enable the plugin, you enable a ton of features, including shortcodes. By default, WordPress doesn’t allow your average author to add media scripting within the content of a post or page. This is a security feature and meant to minimize the chances of messing up your site. However, with