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Why we should make responsive website for our company?


First of all, i want to tell you about responsive website this is a new technology for new generation users, there is new concept of “media query” and with the help of media query. you can see any website in your mobile and any size of Screen and it is also beneficial for business because 90% customers using internet in mobile phone because in India we are getting free internet with bundle of calls like if you recharge for call there is few offers where we can get internet without pay any extra amount, and i think you all are aware about it so i don’t need to discuss any more about offer if you are not getting free internet go to your nearest recharge centre.

Well, in the past, more than one site was built in order to accommodate different screen sizes.


In Responsive web design creates a system for a single site to react to the size of a user’s device—with one URL and one content source. A responsive website has a fluid and flexible layout which adjusts according to screen size.

    This includes elements such as:

  • 1. Readable text without requiring zoom
  • 2. Adequate space for tap targets
  • 3. No horizontal scrolling.

Actually, peoples are very busy they don’t have time to seat in front of desktop or laptop so they want to see website on mobile phone because they can always carry mobile phone and i think this is enough small to carry. they don’t required any extra small bugs and all, people also trending in Tablet device and i think small bag is required when we carrying tablets, if you want to upgrade existing website for mobile view please go to, you can also create new website.

Why We Should Use SSL Certificate for Secure Website?


The SSL certificate is a protocol that creates a secure bridge between the browser and the server and provides a secure environment for data traffic. Currently, SSL becomes a necessity for e-commerce and other online merchants. Online shopping has replaced street shopping. When users enter their personal information, such as credit card, login ID and password for online transactions, there must be security for their confidential information. If your site is not equipped with sufficient security, that user’s information may be at risk.

So what does SSL Certificates do, besides increasing our websites status in the eyes of Google? It prevents phishing and/or other type of hijacking of information from third-parties, making web browsing more secure. It also increases customer trust.

In the last couple of years, Google has been setting stricter criteria for websites in need of SSL Certificates, pushing the ’encrypted web‘ even further. From the get-go, it was primarily websites with passwords and credit card fields that were at risk of being flagged if they did not use SSL Certificates. As of October 2017, all websites with any kind on input sections need to have https in order to not risk being flagged or marked as ‘not secure’ in the search results or in the URL bar.

    Below are some of the top SSL certificate authorities for secure website:-

  • Go4hosting: Purchasing this SSL certificate helps you gain exceptional reliability, better sales. It also enhances the performance of the website, economically preserve servers and keep a high quality.
  • VeriSign: Supports up to 256-bit encryption and looks as more costly than others. The most expensive package comes with resources such as vulnerability assessment, $1.5 million guarantee and extended validation.
  • Comodo: Few of the advantages related with this SSL certificate includes an expert telephone support. Also $250,000 warranty, and unlimited server licenses. Packages are affordable and installs in minutes.
Whаt does SSL mеаn?

The secure ѕосkеt lауеr (SSL) сеrtіfісаtе is a protocol uѕеd to ensure thе ѕесurе еxсhаngе of dаtа bеtwееn uѕеrѕ and thе server оvеr thе internet. It аѕѕurеѕ customers that they аrе ѕаfе tо рurсhаѕе аn іtеm frоm the wеbѕіtе. Fоr online businesses, the оwnеr wіll nееd tо gаthеr vital аnd реrѕоnаl іnfоrmаtіоn from thе сuѕtоmеr. The rate of online scams is very high. Hence shoppers аrе reluctant tо purchase аn іtеm оr рау fоr a service оvеr the Intеrnеt. Hоwеvеr, whеn they ѕее аn indication of SSL encryption оn your wеbѕіtе, thеу wіll bе аblе tо truѕt the security оf the dаtа they аrе dіѕсlоѕіng оn thе website.

What is WordPress and is it most popular Framework?


WordPress is open source software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog (CMS). which allows the users to build dynamic websites and blog. It just may be the easiest and most flexible blogging and website content management system (CMS) for beginners. WordPress was initially released on 27th May, 2003 by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little. WordPress was announced as open source in October 2009. But many people don’t realize that WordPress is much more just a blogging tool.


That’s because WordPress is an ‘Open Source’ project. That means that hundreds of volunteers from all around the world are constantly creating and improving the code for the WordPress software. And, there are thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes that enable you to build just about any type of website you can imagine.

The best part about WordPress is that it’s easy to use and flexible enough for just about anything. That’s the main reason why WordPress has grown so much in popularity. According to a recent survey, WordPress powers 22.5% of all websites on the internet.

There are currently 2600+ WordPress themes and 31,000+ plugins available for free.

    We have some features: –

  • User Management
  • Media Management
  • Theme System
  • Extend with Plugins
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Multilingual
  • Importers

Noted :- Sometimes software needs to be updated to keep the WordPress up-to-date with the current browsers and mobile devices. Updating WordPress version leads to loss of data, so a backup copy of the website is required.

System Requirements for WordPress: –
  • Database − MySQL 5.0 +
  • Web Server −
    • I. WAMP (Windows)
    • II. LAMP (Linux)
    • III. XAMP (Multi-platform)
    • IV. MAMP (Macintosh)
  • PHP Compatibility − PHP 5.2+

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