All Forms, Search Boxes, Login Forms, and Shopping Cart Forms Affected

Earlier this year, we mentioned Google Chrome started rolling out a visual penalty for website owners that aren't using SSL Encryption on their sites. On January 31st, 2017, Google Chrome 56 introduced a "Not Secure" note on any page of a site with a log in form or credit card field that didn't use HTTPS as the protocol.


A message to our clients (and prospective clients) from the President of Hannush Web.

We look forward to a promising 2017 after a very challenging 2016. There are some big changes coming to the web and our web hosting this year. 


Internet Edition (2017)

Well, I don't know about you, but 2016 can't end soon enough for me.


The Secret Of Hiding Links From Your Website

So you want to create a landing page, but you're not sure how to add modules to it and keep it off of your site's visible menus? It all comes down to a trick we call creating a hidden menu.


A Security May Be The Biggest Change In The Web Since Responsive Design

On January 17, 2017 the way you do business on the web may be taking a whole new course...and there are very few people talking about it.