Posts Categorized: Web Design

Free SSL (HTTPS) Certificates All Around!

Something important to many users is making sure their information is safe. Also a concern for those who own a website is keeping their customers information secure. Especially if there are payment transactions taking place or people are logging into the site. To keep that information safe, you need an SSL certificate for your site…. Read more »

Web Unraveling now with SSL

Recently Google has been encouraging “website owners to switch from HTTP to HTTPS to keep everyone safe on the web.” As an incentive, sites using propper SSL encryption will get a slight search result ranking boost. The primary reason why SSL is used is to keep sensitive information sent across the Internet encrypted so that… Read more »

June Special – $475 Mobile Friendly Website

If you sign up for a new mobile friendly website during the month of June and host it with Web Unraveling for two years, you can get it for the insanely low price of only $475! Plus the first year of hosting is FREE! Who is this good for? If your business or organization needs… Read more »

Revitalization of the Site

When I originally setup this site, I planned on finishing it right away. Then I had some projects come along. In addition to other things, I became too busy to finish my own site! Well, I have spent some time creating a new design, from scratch. Tonight, I have made it live! There is still… Read more »

Testing Multiple Versions of Internet Explorer

Cross browser compatibility plays a major part in producing any website or web application. We have to make sure our code is producing the desired results across several browsers. This includes different versions of Internet Explorer. When it comes to virtualization, VirtualBox by Oracle, is a great tool for cross browser testing. For all of… Read more »

Responsive WordPress Design

Over the past couple of months, I’ve been reading a lot of .net Magazine articles. It is one of my favorite online Magazines. This informative article contains 5 tips (big tips) for building responsive WordPress sites. I especially appreciated that these tips encourage ease of use for whoever might be adding content to a WordPress… Read more »