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When building a WordPress site, what you usually do? Build a localhost first then move WordPress from localhost to a server or build directly on your respective hosting provider? For instance, if your WordPress site is live but you want to update the current WordPress version or want to install new plugins/themes. In this situation, what will you do? Directly deploy changes on a live site? This is the first thought that comes to everyone’s.
Recently when we revamped our website, we wanted to make sure that we were up to date on all security measures. This includes installing and activating a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificate on the website. This ensures that the information passing between you and our website are encrypted and secure. What is HTTPS & SSL?HTTPS stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secured and is an application protocol created to secure website communication. It is designed.