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5 Ways You Can Use Social Media To Boost Your E-Commerce Website!

by Katey martin February 16, 2017
With the passage of time and advancement of technology, social media is gaining a strong foothold to bring about added benefits for e-commerce websites. Be it revenues or exposure of E-commerce websites, the use of social media plays a significant role in achieving these.

4 Things You Should Consider While Selecting an Online Internet Marketing Company

by Stephanie Clarke June 01, 2016
The evolution of World Wide Web and rapid change in customer behavior has compelled all types of web based businesses to invest money in internet marketing. Internet marketing is a broad term and the responsibilities of an internet marketing company are many, because from PPC to guest blogging and link building to SEO, they need to take care of everything.

How Your Business Logo Helps You To Build A Unique Brand

by Matthew Martins January 05, 2016
Design is both an art and a science. Fashion designers have to think about what they are going to create. This will involve a lot of calculations and evaluations.

Why choose a dedicated server for your web site

by Vanessa December 21, 2010
The web hosting industry has developed many solutions for web businesses looking to create an online presence. Many different solutions exist based upon the needs of the business in growth, space or bandwidth needed, and ability to self administrate. The dedicated server hosting solution is best used for businesses on a growth spiral, who need full control of their administrative privileges, with an audience or customer base large enough to justify the expenses of full server maintenance.

CGI Installation: 3 Beginner's Mistakes in CGI Installations

by Radhika Venkata September 30, 2007
As a webmaster of your site you need to know about installing scripts for yourself. Otherwise you will end up with paying hundreds of dollars for script installations.

Using Perl and Regular Expressions to Process HTML Files - Part 3

August 27, 2007
For the script to be useful, we need to be able to run it on any web page. Changing the script so that it can do this is fairly straightforward.

Using Perl and Regular Expressions to Process HTML Files - Part 2

by John Dixon August 17, 2007
In this part we'll develop a Perl script to process an HTML file.

Using Perl and Regular Expressions to Process HTML Files - Part 1

by John Dixon August 16, 2007
Like many web content authors, over the past few years I've had many occasions when I've needed to clean up a bunch of HTML files that have been generated by a word processor or publishing package. Initially, I used to clean up the files manually, opening each one in turn, and making the same set of updates to each one. This works fine when you only have a few files to fix, but when you have hundreds or even thousands to do, you can very quickly be looking at weeks or even months of work. A few years ago someone put me on to the idea of using Perl and regular expressions to perform this 'cleaning up' process.

10 Reasons Why C Should Be Your First Programming Language

by Anuj July 27, 2007
To a beginner programmer the biggest question is where to start. Which language to choose from the mighty pool of 100’s of languages.

4 Tips to Find the Web Host That's Right for You

by Mansi Gupta July 05, 2007
Programming Languages such as ASP, PHP, Perl/CGI, JSP and ColdFusion are used to create a lot of popular scripts (software) to help your website function.

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