Securing the PhxP
I had no clue what was going on…now, a few hours and a big wad of cash later, I’ve solved at least half the problem.
Here’s what’s going on.
Google, most of the search engines, and the big browsers want the information on web sites to be encrypted.
Sites that are not encrypted will get the “site not secure” notice, then eventually a splash page warning people to use the site at their own risk.
The way you know if a site is encrypted is if the address begins with “https” rather than “http”.
We were an “http” site…and Google was having their way with us.
To correct this I had to buy an SSL certificate and then our site would encrypt all the info coming in and the browsers will work and Google will relent.
I did so.
You will want to change your bookmarks to https://phoenixpreacher.com
There could be issues and down time for the next 24-48 hours as these changes go through the system and the internet.
Thank you for your patience, your presence, and your support.