You may have recently been in touch regarding your Google map not displaying correctly, we applied an updated key which in most cases resolved the issue, but only temporarily. However as forewarned from July 16, 2018, to continue to use Google Maps APIs, you must enable billing on your account. In most cases you will not be charged, credit card details are required to make […]
Newer versions of the Chrome browser’s will focus on highlighting the negative security of websites. Previously secured websites would show a green padlock with the word “secure” website. Now they plan to retire that in favour of only displaying “not Secure” warnings. Chrome Security Product Manager Emily Schechter has announced that Chrome 69, which will be available in September, will stop marking HTTPS sites as […]
We live in a fast moving world where people want (and expect) to have everything at their fingertips; less time to spare and even less patience to wait. Time matters. Speed matters, especially when it comes to web pages. In fact, Akamai – a leading content delivery network (CDN) services provider – asked 1,048 online shoppers how long they expected a web page to take […]
It has been two years since Google first announced to the world that search queries from smartphones and tablets had overtaken desktop searches. Although Google and Bing have not since released any official updates regarding the volume of mobile traffic vs. desktop traffic, many leading content performance marketing platforms support Google’s initial announcement.
Following Google announcement in recent years that it would boost ranking of secured HTTPS/SSL websites in search results. It has come to our attention that Google’s Chrome browser will start showing a not secure warning when password or credit card fields are detected on an HTTP page.
What if your buyers could experience a property viewing without leaving their home? For many agents the biggest hurdle when dealing with leads is getting buyers to commit to a date when they will visit for the viewing.
WordPress, the content management system (CMS), now runs a quarter of all websites, according to the latest data from W3Techs.
Swanky-looking social data visualisation firm Vizify has announced that following its acquisition by Yahoo! it will be “sunsetting the Vizify service” which is a polite and rather obscure way of saying they’re binning it. In a newsletter sent out today they said that as “part of their transition to Yahoo”, they will no longer be allowing new signups or purchases of paid plans.
BBC News – Facebook has agreed a deal to share public data from its users with Yandex – Russia’s largest search engine. The deal will give Yandex full access to public data from users in Russia, Turkey and CIS countries including Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The data includes users’ posts and comments on them. Profiles or posts set to “private” will not be searchable.
SAN FRANCISCO-based customer service software provider Zendesk announced in a blog post that they had been hacked. “We’ve become aware that a hacker accessed our system this week,” wrote Mikkel Svane of Zendesk. “As soon as we learned of the attack, we patched the vulnerability and closed the access that the hacker had.”
TECH NEWS: Google Glass is a ground-breaking Augmented Reality gadget. It’s also an item of clothing. As Google runs a contest to choose a select few early adopters, the rest of us need to prepare for a world where friends and colleagues are wearing Google Glass on their face. And let’s say you end up being one of the lucky few.