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Online Shopping Cart Options

With the Olympics right around the corner many businesses in London are bolstering themselves for the influx of tourist that will be visiting our shores. Events as grand as this usually lead to a major boost for local companies, with record profits being recorded from the sheer volume of new customers that visit the shops. […]

hosting, SEO, Social Media

Arvixe’s Customer Service Has Won Me Over

For years, I had been a DreamHost customer. I had their standard shared reseller hosting account that costs peanuts. Every few weeks my sites would crash hard when they had any remote amount of significant traffic. Eventually it got to the point where I was losing out on ad-revenue because of DreamHost’s inability to keep […]

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Make A Quick & Easy Testing Environment for Joomla, Magento, WordPress and Other Open Source Web-Applications

Earlier this week, I wrote up a tutorial about how to make a testing environment for Joomla on the windows platform. I went through the instructions of setting up WAMP, making the database, and installing and configuring Joomla. It turns out there’s a much easier way to create a testing environment for Joomla, Magento, MySQL, […]

Content Management Systems, Database, hosting, Joomla, Web Servers, WordPress

How to Build a Joomla Testing Environment on Windows

In the next couple of weeks, I’m planning on developing a Joomla 1.5 module so that I can flex my PHP muscles and get some more experience developing for Joomla. As part of this, It will be very helpful to have a local environment where I can test out the component that I’m plan on […]

Content Management Systems, hosting, Joomla, Web Servers

My “Finding a Windows VPS” Adventure

For the last week or so, I’ve been looking for a Virtual Private Server (VPS) for use on some of my websites and personal web-development projects. My adventure began by doing a Google Search for “Windows VPS” and found dozens of different providers that had different features at different pricepoints. At first, I found it […]

ASP.NET, hosting