In July, Google Chrome began alerting visitors of non-secure pages (see below image). In order to provide the best user experience and to ensure that revenue and traffic are not impacted, we’re transitioning all sites from HTTP to HTTPS.
Why is Legacy going secure?
Being compliant with Google Chrome’s secure initiatives helps mitigate negative user experience, enable better tracking, and allows us to take advantage of a boost in Google ranking.
What do I have to do?
In order to be considered fully secure, all elements on your Legacy.com co-branded obituary site must be HTTPS/SSL compliant, including all:
- Header calls
- Footer calls
- Advertising calls
- Tracking scripts
If you need help determining if your sites’ assets are secure, ready to provide secure assets, or believe you received this message in error, please contact email@example.com.
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