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  1. Hello to the members of this community. I am a web design consultant by profession and I have joined this community to seek help with a critical issue I am thinking over these days. As we all know, website security is so mainstream these days and a wide majority of e-commerce shops and portals are transferring their sites from HTTP encryption to HTTPS. Although I am quite familiar with the technical aspects of this transition that leads towards more secure web experiences especially when there is a payment gateway integrated on your site, it must comply with latest protocols of internet security. However, my question here is a bit different from these facts. I am willing to ask if this implementation of securing websites is going to affect the site standings in the eyes of search engine bots anyway? I am sure we all are familiar with this behavior of search engine that is getting smarter every second. So, let's say I am working with a web design company which is purely working on web design and development projects for their clients, Do you think adding this more-secure encryption will help gain more prominence in the eyes of search crawlers? I am positive that I have made my point clear. Your valuable comments will be appreciated in this regard.
  2. Hello, Hope you are doing great. I belong to a web development community and recently got hired in a logo design company to manage their site development issues. Basically, the website is designed quite well without any front-end issues but it has some backend issues that needs to be fixed. As they have given me a new task to add up a CMS into the backend of their website. I have already worked on Word press so I know how to configure it but as they want it on Drupal platform, I don’t know much about it. Although I have used Drupal and other CMS sites too but never got a chance to configure it in my previous experiences. So, here is what the error looks like: (see image below) An AJAX HTTP error occurred. HTTP Result Code: 200 Debugging information follows. Path: /drupal/core/install.? rewrite=ok&langcode=en&profile=standard &continue=1&id=1&op=do_nojs&op=do StatusText: OK ResponseText: Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in C:\xampp\htdocs\drupal\core\lib\Drupal\Core\ Database\Statement.php on line 59 Now, I would really appreciate if you could let me know how to get this issue fixed. Because the website is already built on using PHP so I am sure it won’t be that difficult to handle this error. Looking forward towards your valuable comments.
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