In a previous post, we already explained why it is crucial to secure your website with <a href='/blog/is-your-website-connection-secure'>an HTTPS certificate</a>. This certificate ensures that your connection is encrypted and nobody can infiltrate the communication between your server and the visitor of your site. But even with a valid HTTPS certificate, the security of your connection can still get compromised if you have mixed content on your website.
Kathy Salden - 1 March 2021
If you cannot reach your website, the first thing you want to know is whether it is down for everyone or just you. To help you do just that, we developed a free tool that gives you the answer within seconds.
Kathy Salden - 1 February 2021
Are you sure that all links on your website are working? When was the last time you tested them? Did you know that you can automate this test? Check out this article for more information on how you can do this.
Kathy Salden - 11 January 2021
2020 was a weird and unique year for everyone, for sure. The COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone in one way or another, including us. Luckily, at Coding Mammoth, the company behind Semonto, we were already working fully remotely and distributed, and our sector was not that affected. Still, we felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jelle De Laender - 21 December 2020
If your HTTPS/SSL certificate is invalid, your visitors will get an annoying warning message and will not be able to access your site. Use our free tool to find out whether your connection is still secure.
Kathy Salden - 7 December 2020
Can your website handle the Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness? With this checklist, your website is ready for a possible peak in traffic.
Jelle De Laender - 24 November 2020
As you might have noticed, we are continually working on Semonto to give you the best possible experience. Today, we are proud to announce our latest improvement: our new subscription model.
Jelle De Laender - 10 November 2020
We have added a new alert option to Semonto. You can now get notified by voice message whenever something is wrong with your website or server.
Jelle De Laender - 2 November 2020