Over the past few years, Google and Mozilla have been alerting website visitors if the site they are visiting is secure or not? They have been doing this by making sure a visitors connection to the site is secure via an SSL certificate. Up until recently, Google on its Chrome browser has been indicating that some websites as "Insecure" and others with just an exclamation mark. Starting in July of this year, Chrome will indicate all websites without an SSL certificate as "Not Secure". To learn more about this upcoming change, please see the following article.
Moz has released an article discussing what to look for when migrating to a new website. Google also provides these guidelines as well, but this Moz article discusses it from an SEO perspective. This is a guide that EnlightWorks builds within its process for website redesigns for clients who are invested in SEO. To read more, please see the following link:
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