Full Page Cache and Challenges Associated With It

Posted on Tue, October 02, 2018 in Web Development by Tyler Vigeant

Full Page Caching (FPC) saves a copy of an entire page for a large group of users so that it can then load the saved copy of the page at a later date instead of building the page again. Caching an entire page can be problematic when the page contains user-specific content like a counter with the number of products in a customer’s cart, or a welcome message with the customer’s name.

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Google Chrome and Firefox Distrusts Symantec SSL Certificates - How to Protect Your Site

Posted on Mon, February 12, 2018 in Web Design, Web Development, Digital Marketing, eCommerce by Tyler Vigeant

With the recent release of Chrome 63, Google started warning developers of the impending distrust of Symantec SSL certificates, (about one sixth of all SSL certificates in use today,) as well as those issued by other Subordinate Certificate Authorities that use the Symantec root certificate like GeoTrust, VeriSign, Equifax, Thawte and RapidSSL. As the defacto industry leader on browser security, this is part of Google’s three step plan to punish Symantec for mis-issuing certificates and Firefox has followed suit.

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