Retain your Trusted Site Status – Update to Comodo SSLs Today

Do you have a Symantec SSL? Read on for an important security update. According to an announcement from the Google Chrome team, the Chrome browser will no longer display the green bar extended validation status for Symantec SSLs, effective immediately. Furthermore, sites with certificates issued by Symantec will appear in the Chrome browser as “untrusted.” … Continue reading Retain your Trusted Site Status – Update to Comodo SSLs Today

Enjoy the Luck of the Irish with these St. Patrick’s Day Domains

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. If you’re thinking of creating a new website to celebrate the holiday, or if you want to celebrate your Irish heritage year-round, here are six new domains that are a perfect fit for your needs. .Irish Have a bit of Irish blood in your veins? There’s a domain … Continue reading Enjoy the Luck of the Irish with these St. Patrick’s Day Domains

Inspiring Women Who Made Computing History

Did you know that behind every computer is a woman? I didn’t. When I was growing up, I assumed men were behind the advent of desktop computing. Indeed, as PCs became more mainstream, the rising stars of the industry only reinforced that idea: Tim Berners-Lee ‘invented’ the Internet. Bill Gates birthed Microsoft and its ubiquitous … Continue reading Inspiring Women Who Made Computing History

Baby Steps For Building Your WordPress Website

You’re ready to create your first website for your business. Before you can start building your site and adding content, there are a few technical steps you’ll need to take care of to get everything set up. In this article, we’ll walk through the steps of setting up a WordPress website using Namecheap products. Register a Domain … Continue reading Baby Steps For Building Your WordPress Website

Don’t Give Hackers a Key: Enable Two-Factor Authentication

You wouldn’t leave your car unlocked at the mall. Don’t leave your domain name account unlocked either. Setting up two-factor authentication, or 2FA, on all of your online accounts makes it harder for hackers to access your data. Below we’ll take a closer look at two-factor authentication and how you can enable it on your … Continue reading Don’t Give Hackers a Key: Enable Two-Factor Authentication