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Don’t Make Your Password ‘Password’
Do you require strong passwords for your customers to sign up/login? You might be surprised to hear than many of the leading UK commerce sites, including Wickes and Asda groceries, still allow users to input the most common passwords, including ‘password’ as well as other easily guessable passwords like ‘12345678’ or ‘abcd1234’. Some websites even …
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Have you made the move to mobile responsive?
Earlier this year Google mentioned that it would be using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal for webpages. Although there are over 200 other ranking factors, the switch by many users to browsing more on their mobile phones means the more user friendly your site is, the better. Many leading businesses have already made sure their …
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Photo copyright checking module for X-Cart
We’ve written a custom module for X-Cart eCommerce websites so owners can tell if any images on their website have copyright information embedded in them. This module could be modified to work with other website software. X-Cart website owners are finding it very useful as it saves time trying to gather the information on each image …
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Sagepay system upgrade
Sagepay are upgrading their system, there is a deadline of July 1st, after that time everyone who has not upgraded will not be able to use the system We have updated all our clients websites to use Sagepay 3 so they don’t need to worry about the deadline, but if they want to check …
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Is your website ready for mobile?
Google thinks it’s time your website was mobile ready. Google has been sending messages out via Google webmaster to let us all know that they think the time has come to make your website ready for mobile, and now they are putting a date on it. April 21st. From that date on, if your website …
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How to include an Image in an Xcart static page
The standard WYSIWYG editor in Xcart does not include a function for uploading images. You can buy an extension to the WYSIWYG and pay to have it installed, but if it’s not a frequent thing for you to need, then this is the cheaper way to do it. In Xcart 4.6.x, go to Admin > Content …
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