Add a Secure Certificate to Your WordPress Site

Most popular web browsers now display a bold “Not Secure” warning in red text beside unsecured URLs, signaling to visitors that their connection to your website can be hacked. It’s time to add a secure certificate to your site.

Restrict Content & Protect Pages with WordPress

WordPress’ built-in password protection is great for smaller sites. But sometimes when you want to restrict content you need more granular control or, as in one client’s case recently, a security audit flags the simple-password-approach as being too simple.

Image Compression for Websites

Faster image delivery leads to lower bounce rates and higher conversions. Tobias Baldauf discusses image compression in depth, the new HTTP2 standard, and demonstrates how much they improve page speed and user experience.