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Can I use images from Google on my website?

When it comes to gathering photos for your website, it may be tempting to go straight to Google Images — they have everything there, right? It’s actually not a good idea — you don’t own the rights to the images on Google, so it’s best to take your own images or purchase images to use on your website.

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What are secure forms?

On this episode of One Quick Question, we’re talking about secure forms with Daniel Weaver, a Web Developer. We discuss why secure forms are needed and how they help protect sensitive information like social security numbers, credit card numbers, medical information and more. We also discuss the importance of trusting companies if you’re providing them with sensitive information — and ways you can tell if a website is secure or not.

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What are cookies?

In this episode, Michael Kierspe explains what cookies are in relation to websites, what types of cookies there are and the role they play in digital marketing.

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What does 'above the fold' mean?

In this episode, Mary Katherine Bushnell, Communications & Training Specialist at Infomedia, discusses the meaning of the term "above the fold" in relation to websites, why it's not exactly necessary to include all the important information on your site above the fold, and how SEO plays a role in what should be at the top of a website.

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