A simple guide and resource to commonly requested htaccess tips and tricks.
Typos, Lits* and Bad Spelling. [Lits’ – abbreviated version of Literal: Noun – a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind] The common belief is that a few typos on any website are to be expected. But why should that be, with the many spell-check programmes freely available now? And does… Read more »
QR (Quick Response) Codes – have you seen them? The basic premise is that with a suitable camera/device e.g. mobile phone with QR reader, you can instantly take a snap of the QR code and reveal the hidden information which could be some promotion text, a link to your website or even a phone number… Read more »
Actinic launch Version 10 of their award winning ecommerce software.
1. Make sure you register your brand name ASAP! – with the popularity of Twitter increasing at a phenomenal rate, it’s vital to claim your ID before someone else gets it first. 2. Write a biography – think carefully about what you want to write in the biography section; this is your opportunity to sell… Read more »
Actinic have just announced the public BETA program of their Actinic Ecommerce software for Business.
Building on their 10+ years of providing market leading ecommerce solutions to Internet retailers, Actinic have released the much anticipated version 10 of their award winning software into Beta. This Beta program allows existing and new users to Actinic to view the latest release from Actinic in advance of it’s official launch of the final production release.
I awoke today to find that, in my isolated neck of the woods where I live, Mother Nature had decided to drop some snow around my car. Having already had a huge amount of snow over the Christmas period, it was not a very welcome sight to see the car completely submerged. After an abortive… Read more »
1. Study the web analytics for your blog site – which posts pulled a high volume of traffic or generated the most comments? This will help you create the most compelling content for future posts. 2. Shorter is better – writing for a blog requires different skills than normal copywriting. Take a leaf out of… Read more »
With Google’s much publicised Caffeine update Google is shepherding in new rules and algorithms regarding how it will rank websites, again. But what does this mean for Internet Retailers? How can you gain the competitive edge? The latest issue to surface is surrounding Google’s Page Speed. Google is striving to reduce page load speed and… Read more »