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"Complying can be complicated, but for smaller sites, it's really pretty simple."In all likelihood, this is just one push in a series of pushes from Google, all with an eye towards a mobile web that's far easier to use.
As announced in September, Chrome will soon mark non-secure pages containing password and credit card input fields as Not Secure in the URL bar.
In this case, Google is pushing for a sweeping change in the way the web is put together.
"This update is really about Google's vision of what the web should be—using its search results as a lever to move everyone in the direction it wants them to go," says Danny Sullivan, the founding editor of Search Engine Land, a site that closely follows Google's search engine and other search services.
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Even if you adopt one of the more targeted resolutions above, you should plan to migrate your site to use HTTPS for all pages.
As Sullivan points out, the new algorithms could end up demoting sites that are undeniably legitimate, valuable, even important.
"If you're searching for something on Home Depot, you probably still want that," he says, "even if it means double-tapping on your screen or stretching the page a bit more with your fingers so that you can see it."Google has a history of flexing its financial, technical, and competitive muscles to nudge other online players to improve their own technology.
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