Google Warns Of Chrome Mixed Content Change & Impact On Rankings?

Nov 18, 2019 - 7:54 am 2 by

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Google posted on Twitter on the Google Webmaster account that Chrome is making changes to how it handles mixed content and you should be on top of it for your users. Also mixed content can break your HTTPS security, but as we know, the HTTPS ranking boost is not dependent on HTTPS being valid right now and neither is rendering said Google.

Google wrote "The Chrome mixed content change, does it affect your site's Googlebot rendering? Probably not!" Then Google went on to share a bunch of things you should be concerned about and tips to address it for your web site. The indexing and ranking bit we knew for some time anyway.

Here are those tweets:

Large old sites probably have the most work here but it is probably something everyone should have a plan on addressing by now.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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