https:// Your Website: My planned Presentation at WordCamp Vienna 2017

https Your Website

In 2014 Google startet the initiative, to secure the internet by encrypting all the traffic. In 2017 Your website should also use the secure-protocol https – or You loose Your good Google ranking.

LetsEncrypt.org

LetsEncrypt.org

LetsEncrypt.orgAt WordCamp Vienna 2017 Martin Mucha will show us in his presentation, how you can install/activate https in Your hosting environment. You probably don’t even need to buy an SSL-certficate – if Your hoster supports free solutions like LetsEncrypt.

After installation of an SSL-certificate you will want to change your website to https://MyWebsite.com. Changing your wp-config.php will not be enough.

 

 

 

Duplicator Pro https://snapcreek.com/duplicator/

Duplicator Pro https://snapcreek.com/duplicator/

Because changing the URL of your website leads to some WordPress-related problems: for example the paths for pictures in your MySQL (Maria DB) database. I will show you how to change that with easy SQL-statements (are there any easy SQL statements), or with Plug-Ins or a nice migration tool, that can also be used for backups – and also for a WordPress development and testing environment on your computer (Windows, Mac, Linux) – named Duplicator.

After your Website is secured, You could also use the quicker HTTP/2 protocoll on your server – if your hosting partner supports that.

WordPress.tv

WordPress.tv

I will publish my slides, the “easy” SQL-statements, and I hope that you will also find my presentation in June 2017 at https://wordpress.tv/

Why changing to https?

Beneath the technical and administration questions we will discuss, why to do that – advantages it will give, when you secure your URL – and what disadvantages if you don’t change now!

CU at #wcvie!

 

Speaker: Martin Mucha

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