How much difference could one little letter make to the safety of your website and those using it? Well, as it turns out… rather a lot. Achieving an ‘s’ on the end of the ‘http’ on your web address denotes that your site is encrypted, offering a safer experience for all.
Back in January Google published guidelines to website owners explaining that they would warn internet users if they are about to enter an unsecured site, making any domains lacking the crucial ‘s’ highly undesirable.
Hope is at hand
So, if you haven’t yet improved security on your site, how can you go about it?
Well, luckily for you, the good folks at Nimbus Hosting have prepared this infographic with a step-by-step guide on moving your site to https.
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