Fix Google Chrome 68

Would you trust a site that looks like this? Research shows that customers are unwilling to share personal and payment information with sites that don’t appear safe to use As of July, any of your webpages that aren’t HTTPS, the secure version of HTTP, display the words “Not secure” next to the URL, like this—instead of just showing users a less-obvious warning symbol, as was previously the case

That’s because Google released a new version of Chrome meant to help users easily distinguish secure sites from the ones they shouldn’t trust Other browsers will likely follow suit So, what do you need to do? Migrate your site to HTTPS by purchasing and installing SSL certificates HTTPS helps you reduce bounce rates, minimize abandoned shopping carts, and increase brand loyalty Don’t wait—remaining trusted is easier than you think

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