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This website contains tracking information that allows admins to see Facebook Insights out of Facebook to this domain.

Websites using Google technologies

Websites using some type of Facebook technology.

CloudFlare is a global CDN and DNS provider that can speed up and protect any site online.

jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library.

Sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development.

iOS Safari instructions for mobile web apps

This site uses the viewport meta tag which means the content may be optimized for mobile content.

Websites using some type of cookie consent system

VideoJS is an HTML5 Video Player, built with Javascript and CSS, with a fallback to a Flash video player for when the browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Previously Google Apps for Business. G Suite is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps you and your team connect and get work done from anywhere on any device. It's simple to setup, use and manage, allowing you to work smarter and focus on what really matters.

websites using the $ symbol on their website - meaning it may accept payment in this currency used in Israel.

Website using the € symbol on their website - meaning it may accept payment in Euros.

PayPal is a American international e-commerce service that enables companies and individuals to send money and to accept payments without revealing any financial details.

Content Security Policy is best used as defense-in-depth, to reduce the harm caused by content injection attacks.

Websites using https protocol.

The DOCTYPE is a required preamble for HTML5 websites.

Allows a website to define how a page is rendered in Internet Explorer 8, allowing a website to decide to use IE7 style rendering over IE8 rendering.

Websites with FAQ page

UTF-8 (8-bit UCS/Unicode Transformation Format) is a variable-length character encoding for Unicode. It is the preferred encoding for web pages.

Meta Keywords are a specific type of meta tag that appear in the HTML code of a Web page and help tell search engines what the topic of the page is.

The http-equiv attribute provides an HTTP header for the information/value of the content attribute. The http-equiv attribute can be used to simulate an HTTP response header.

Meta descriptions are HTML attributes that provide concise explanations of the contents of web pages. Meta descriptions are commonly used on search engine result pages (SERPs) to display preview snippets for a given page.

A canonical link element is an HTML element that helps webmasters prevent duplicate content issues by specifying the "canonical", or "preferred".

The Open Graph protocol enables any web page to become a rich object in a social graph, a open protocol supported by Facebook