Google Chrome browser to start flagging non-SSL websites in July

Starting with the July update, Google’s Chrome browser will start showing “Not secure” beside the address bar on all websites not using HTTPS connections (SSL encryption). Google has been slowly pressuring developers to create more secure websites...

Coming in 2016: Mobile apps integrated with your WordPress website

It’s taken a while for the technology to stablize, but we now have a solution for developing mobile apps for Apple iPhones and Android phones that integrate with your existing WordPress website. You don’t have to maintain separate content on your app and...

Year End Updates

We are rapidly coming to the end of 2015 and it’s important to verify your website and plugins are up-to-date. This has been a particularly vicious year for hackers exploiting old, outdated versions of WordPress and plugins to put malicious programs on...

Important Update: WordPress 4.2.2

It’s been a busy couple of months in the web development and hosting business. Several new exploits have been discovered and hackers have been ravishing websites all over the world. WordPress has released several updates in the last few weeks as they rapidly...

Is Google penalizing your ranking for not being mobile-friendly?

Starting yesterday (4/21/15), Google will take your site’s “mobile-friendliness” into account when providing search results to mobile devices. This means your site may rank lower on Google searches from cell phones and tablets if they don’t...

WordPress Security Update: GravityForms

We are continuing to see WordPress sites being hacked through a security hole in the popular Gravity Forms plugin. The latest security update to Gravity Forms was released last Friday, March 27th.  Prior versions are vulnerable and allow attackers to upload malicious...