Some important changes are coming to the world of SSL! Read more on how we improved the whole ordering process.
Data Privacy Day was initiated by the Council of Europe in 2007 and is currently observed in the US, Canada, Israel and 47 European countries. Its main purpose is to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the privacy of personal information online. Below you can find some useful information on how to keep your cyber-life secure.
Everything indicates that 2020 will be as stormy year for SEO as the year 2019. Over the past 12 months Google served us with three major algorithm changes (Core Update from March, June and August), introduced a new BERT algorithm in over 70 countries and many other smaller changes. If you think that 2020 will be much calmer year… You're wrong, my friend.
When President George H. W. Bush signed the ADA bill into law in 1990 the World Wide Web was in its infancy with the very first web site published later that year. Back then, the ADA law only covered requirements a business needs to fulfill to allow all people with disabilities to have an easy access to their business premises. Now, 30 years later, the ADA law help people with all kinds of disabilities not only feel welcome in a hotel room but also on a hotel website.
You probably see words cache and cookies on daily basis. When you visit a website for the first time, your browser saves (caches) pieces of this site. That's way every time you click Back or Forward, your browser doesn't need to pull fresh files from a server.
Our websites are in constant danger. Hackers, malware, problems with updates… In a matter of seconds you can lose your whole site. In case of those types of events it's better to be prepared sooner than later. Backup should be done regularly, because thanks to it you will be able to easily and quickly restore your website. Here's the most important reasons why your website NEEDS a backup.
In last couple of years the topic of content length was heavily discussed by many of SEO gurus. Most of them argued that in order to succeed, users must create long posts. While there are some important data that prove this, we can say for sure that it's not the most important factor.
If you plan to create a new website there is a big chance that you will hit the name WordPress. Why you ask? Because WordPress is used by more than 60 million websites and since it was firstly released in 2003 it became one of the most popular CMS of all time. This powerful website builder which started as a blogging tool, is user friendly, flexible, free and constantly being improved.
Joomla was released in 2005 and since then it became one of the most popular CMS of all time. Thanks to that it's a completely free open source supported by volunteers from around the world, it quickly gained a big number of satisfied users. But what makes it so popular?