Passing the Buck

When a customer enters their credit card on a webstore to make a purchase, they often look for a site prefix of “https” (as opposed to just “http”) and/or a padlock symbol to verify that the site is a secure site. This is a first level of protection known as SSL or...

Going Global

One of the questions I frequently get asked is “does your software translate my website into other languages?” Historically, the way this was handled was through a database, with text stored in multiple languages and the page would display based upon the language...