Today Central Square Florist launched their redesigned website! New site features include, a connected blog, a photo gallery, and a more comprehensive sympathy category. The sympathy category has been broken into five sections for easier navigation.
The site also features “SSL” for security purposes. SSL is short for Secure Sockets Layer. The SSL protocol was developed by Netscape and is supported by all popular web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Netscape, AOL and Opera. For SSL to work a SSL certificate issued by a Certification Authority must be installed on the web server, SSL can then be used to encrypt the data transmitted (secure SSL transactions) between a browser and webserver (and vice versa). Browsers indicate a SSL secured session by changing the http to https and displaying a small padlock. Website visitors can click on the padlock to view the SSL certificate. (Taken from RapidSSL.com)
Look out for some color changes on the homepage, and around the site in the near future as we continued to develop it.