Frequently Ask Questions
Before you re/design your new website..
EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation):
Websites which are based in EU & EAA or do business within EU & EAA areas have to comply with GDPR.
Users should also have the option to opt-in/out. You may also require SSL certifcates to keep data secure as it passes from your website.
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Web Security & SSL Certifcates:
The term “web security” covers a lot of ground, everything from virus protection to data encryption and more. SSL Certifcates use advanced encryption to prevent hackers from reading any data that passes to or from your site.
SSL Certifcates protect your customers' sensitive information by encrypting the data they send to you, then decrypting it once you've received it.
If your website asks customers for sensitive information – usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, etc. – your reputation depends on protecting every detail.
The world's #1 search engine favours HTTPS-encrypted websites and will push them higher in search results. So an SSL not only protects your customers but helps you fnd more of them.
WordPress and its plugins and themes are like any other software installed on your computer or app on your devices. Periodically developers release updates which provide new features or fix known bugs.
To use newly developed features or to prevent potential bugs or remove existing ones, you should be keeping things up to date.
Regardless of their level of severity, software bugs must be fixed. As a user, when an update is released that fixes a bug, you should update as soon as possible to have the most secure and stable versions of the WordPress Core, plugins and/or themes.
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