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Secure Websites

There are so many stories nowadays about security threats on the Internet: hackers, phishing, spam, and viruses.  At AlbanyWeb, we realise that you don't necessarily want to take the time to understand all the technical details, you just want to know someone is looking after it for you.  At AlbanyWeb we take website security seriously enough to take an active part in improving security.

We ensure your website is secure by applying all security updates to our website software.  What's more the password you use to edit your AlbanyWeb website is safeguarded as we use a secure connection when you log in (check for the lock symbol).

But we don't just rely on everyone else to provide the security updates.  I spotted a small security flaw in part of Drupal, and reported it along with a fix.  Just recently the fix was approved and offered to all Drupal sites around...

Yoga and the internet

In this blog, originally published in the Yoga Scotland Magazine, Adam shows how holistic therapies can benefit from an online presence, but the advice is good for any small business.

Easier self-editable websites

In the old days you needed specialist skills to make even the simplest change to a web site.  Like most modern systems, our sites as easy for our clients to edit themselves.

At AlbanyWeb, we are pleased to announce our new easier self-editing interface.  Whilst you are viewing your site, if you see something you want to change, simply click on the edit button.  You can edit the page "in place" using simple controls much like editing a document or writing an email.  Whilst editing, you keep the colours, header, sidebars, fonts and so on from your site, so it's easier to visualise exactly how your page will look.

Don't worry, it's all perfectly secure, as you have to log in with your personal password to make changes.  All our sites come with HTTPS/SSL to protect your password.

AlbanyWeb customers are the first to benefit from this particular enhancement, which...

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