Vilna Gaon will install SSL on WordPress site so it gets Geo Certified by Google Chrome. Along with the Speed Up of your WordPress, the installation of SSL/TLS will also make your site faster and improve its SEO Search Ranking effect.
- If you are frustrated unable to make your site secured, you’re exactly at the right place.
- If other experts failed to secure your site, we can still optimize and preload your site on HSTS.
Installing a SSL on modern “script heavy” WordPress sites can be quite challenging. Our 12+ years experience helps us to use advance techniques without having to apply custom code to your site.
As Google will notice your SSL and you will then enjoy a clear improvement in the Google PageSpeed ranking, your site will be ranking at a higher position. Also, since your pages will be faster to display, the Search Engines will crawl more pages and therefore you will improve the number of indexed pages. Talk to our chat team here below to know more !
Here is the reason why we encourage our clients to install SSL on WordPress:
Since July 2018, Google Chrome has been marking all HTTP sites as “not secure,” according to a blog post published by Chrome security product manager Emily Schechter. Chrome currently displays a neutral information icon, but starting with version 68, the browser will warn users with an extra notification in the address bar. Chrome currently marks HTTPS-encrypted sites with a green lock icon and “Secure” sign.
Google has been nudging users away from unencrypted sites for years, but this is the most forceful nudge yet. Google search began down-ranking unencrypted sites in 2015, and the following year, the Chrome team instituted a similar warning for unencrypted password fields.
The Chrome team said announcement was mostly brought on by increased HTTPS adoption. Eighty-one of the top 100 sites on the web default to HTTPS, and a strong majority of Chrome traffic is already encrypted. “Based on the awesome rate that sites have been migrating to HTTPS and the strong trajectory through this year,” Schechter said, “we think that in July the balance will be tipped enough so that we can mark all HTTP sites.”
HTTPS encryption protects the channel between your browser and the website you’re visiting, ensuring no one in the middle can tamper with the traffic or spy on what you’re doing. Without that encryption, someone with access to your router or ISP could intercept information sent to websites or inject malware into otherwise legitimate pages.
HTTPS has also become much easier to implement through automated services like Let’s Encrypt, giving sites even less of an excuse not to adopt it. As part of the same post, Google pointed to its own Lighthouse tool, which includes tools for migrating a website to HTTPS.