DigiSage Donates Website to the Greater La Crosse Area Diversity Council

The team at DigiSage believes that making diversity, equity, and inclusion a priority is everyone’s responsibility, so we are pleased to support the efforts of the Greater La Crosse Area Diversity Council. We’ve donated a new, custom-designed website to help amplify their message and engage community members in their mission. The new website features a […]

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Don’t Forget These 3 Important Steps When Launching Your New Website

You’ve created a beautiful, easy-to-navigate design; crafted helpful, informative content; tested all the links; and now you’re ready to go live. Well, not quite yet. Make sure you don’t miss these three important steps to ensure your new website is positioned for success right from the get-go. 1. Set up permanent 301 redirects. If the […]

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Nobody’s Going to Bother Trying to Hack My Website…Right?

Internet hacking and data breaches have become a recurring theme in the news, but don’t fall into the trap of thinking that your site isn’t worth hacking, or that no one would take the time to try. The truth is, websites of all sizes and topics are the target of hacking attempts every single day. […]

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Benefits of WordPress

WordPress is open source software that can be used to develop and manage modern, engaging websites. 28% of the web uses WordPress including sites like NBC Sports, TED, CNN, Time, Dow Jones, UPS, Tech Crunch, Southern Bancorp, and Mint.edu. Benefits of WordPress include: Feature Rich: WordPress makes it easy to add new functionality with over […]

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How to Fix the ‘Not Secure’ Message in Chrome

What is the Google Chrome “Not Secure” Warning? Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, people who use Google Chrome as their web browser are being shown a “not secure” message in their browser bar when visiting websites that don’t use an SSL certificate (which encrypts the communication between your browser and […]

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DigiSage Website Security Practices

According to Google, the number of hacked sites increased by approximately 32 percent in 2016 compared to 2015, and each week, Google blacklists around 20,000 websites for malware and around 50,000 for phishing. Cyber security is a real (and growing) issue, which is why DigiSage takes the security of the websites we develop so seriously. […]

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