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Latest Posts from the Blog

An occasional series of musings about the world wide web and the wide world beyond the web.

Jewelion: wildcard on https

on November 17, 2017

Never being ones to let the grass grow under their feet, jewelion.com has had an SSL certificate for a long time now. More years than we care to remember. Right from the start when we first started hosting eCommerce sites we decided that SSL was A Good Thing™. Back then each SSL protected site had to have its own IP address - due to the way the https protocol then worked.

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Wordpress 4.9 is here!

on November 17, 2017

The relentless march of WordPress improvements carries on. Yesterday (16th November 2017) we were greeted with the good news that those awfully nice WordPress people have an update for us: 4.9 “Tipton”, no less. Tipton is named after jazz musician and band leader Billy Tipton. The increase in number from 4.8.x to 4.9 indicates that this is a pretty important release, introducing major new functionality rather than addressing bugs or blocking security holes.

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Wordpress 4.8.3

on October 31, 2017

As sure as winter follows summer, here comes another Wordpress upgrade. I’ve just received emails from the sites I run to say that Wordpress 4.8.3 is now the recommended version. It looks to be a pretty important update - billed as a security release. The advisory page says: we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately That’s Wordpress code for “We’re probably aware of something nasty wrong in the old versions and if you don’t get your site(s) updated / patched don’t blame us if someone or something nasty gets into your site!

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https:// - Padlocked and Secure?

on October 23, 2017

Privacy, or lack of it on the internet and our daily lives, is hotly debated. Ironically, those very organisations which profit from analysing our online activities are the most vocal in the promotion of techniques to prevent people’s browsing habits from being exposed. Google is actively encouraging the use of SSL across all websites. This is not the appropriate blog post to investigate or query their motivations - rather we’ll look at the practical use of SSL (the little padlock) in securing your website and making your visitors feel safe.

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