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  • E-commerce Web-Site Topologika

    ... have not fixed them. However, these were not at all fatal: in the Sandbox for instance, no automatic email is issued to the Merchant by PayPal, even though it is when you run live, and even though an email is issued to the Sandbox buyer. HTML and CSS w3c Validation I had an 18-month campaign gradually to remove the illegal HTML and achieved complete w3c compliance in almost all cases. Along the way, I replaced the old JavaScript which drove the unusual pop-up menu along the bottom, and applied...
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  • Artspiration - Art E-Commerce site

    ... It is an open-source PHP CMS. It uses a straightforward template system, easy to understand. I have found several cases where I wanted to make small customisations, and it has always been easy to locate the right spot to adjust. The "out of the box" w3c compliance is good, so helping to ensure consistent display across browsers. There are modules for various payment and shipping rules, including discounts based on value of order. I am very impressed and will be happy to create an OpenCart site...
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  • Three PHP Postnuke CMS sites

    ... presenting news and articles Improvements to Search algorithms and display of results Development of RSS feeds, incoming and outgoing Writing and using test scripts Writing bids Google world maps tied to content database SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) w3c compliance All these were based on Postnuke .723. Very long-in-the-tooth now but was quite a good vehicle for us at the time....
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  • Hearts Collective Arts Site

    ... the category (to avoid annoying dead-end pages), fix issues about re-listing expired products, automatic mailing, and a regular garbage-collection system (finding image files for lapsed products and moving them to a folder for deletion), and improve w3c HTML compliance. We also organised DPS (Payment Express) payments. We also allowed people to list in a few currencies, not just NZ dollars. It gave me the chance to build a PHP SOAP request, collecting currency exchange rates several times a da...
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  • Kenpo Karate NZ

    ... when the number of affiliated schools doubled, each expecting their own page and (of course) the same memu and style. Then I simplified some of the table structures (without affecting the appearance) to use DIVs and better CSS; and also a clean up for w3c compliance, getting the beloved "green tick" of the Firefox HTML Validator plugin, on just about all pages. Next improvements became easier because they inherited the previous structural improvements. Common changes could be just in one file....
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  • Draintech SEO

    ... just a simple graphic plus a perfect phrase as a graphic - a huge wasted opportunity for SEO (SEO - Search Engine Optimisation). I replaced that using the outline graphic and an H1 for the main phrase. I also fixed some basic HTML mistakes to improve w3c HTML compliance, and hence improve the chances of consistent display across browsers. This graph shows the ranking improvements, which were visible within about four days of publication. The phrase "root infiltration" showed no improvement an...
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  • Dave's IT CV

    ... fees and extras. I find that Paypal is a bit of a challenge as there are huge numbers of options, and a deluge of documentation. However, it's the standard and familiar to customers around the world, which makes it commendable. I aim strenuously for w3c-compliant HTML using PHP and CSS, though not unfailingly. It can become an obsession, and you need to keep in mind the practical realities of time vs quality. Browsers are very good at coping with unruly HTML, but it's worth getting things nail...
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  • Seismics.net Google SEO

    Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Cosmetically, the site was pretty well suited for the market - no-frills. And it was already well-ranked on Google for some terms, but they were not all the terms which were required. It didn't take long for me to rummage "under the hood" to spot the usual culprits: poor page titles, no headings summaries at all, and, of less value, lack of META descriptions. Following up the rear was a sprinkle of small-beer items : a few TITLEs missing for images and better an...
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