And by secure, what we’re talking about is that little S in https://
It starts with obtaining what is called a SSL Certificate.
There are a few different kinds including “Domain Validated”, “Company Validated”, and “Wildcard” just to name a few.
They can cost anywhere from free to a hundred bucks or so a year.
The “SSL Cert” ties into your hosting account and your domain name and must be set up correctly for the viewer’s browser to work.
The next thing that needs to happen from a browser’s point of view is that everything, EVERY SINGLE THING, that needs to happen to create that page has to come from a secure server.
Think about that. Every single little image that makes up a site
It’s not just your stuff. If you have a YouTube video, that embed code needs to be pulling from the https of YouTube.
This page is a work in progress right now.
Let’s get you secured!