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There are two types of web sites on the Internet. The die hard SEO managers still favor static pages, because they are easier to crawl and more visible to search engines, and it is fairly easy to add a few hundred pages to a website by copying and pasting or creating a template.
Anyone who is managing a business would have a wish list similar to this: a demand for a product or service that he or she provides, a streamlined base of operations in making and providing the product or service, besting the competition with a plan of action, having loyal customers, having even loyal employees and getting timely information relevant to the business.
One of the most frequent questions I am asked, or read about lately, is how to look professional enough to compete with the big guys.
Most computer users, especially software engineers, have had a need to modify multiple files to either add a line of text, modify a line of text, or completely remove a line of text. The problem is that there never seems to be a piece of software out there that can help you with this problem. Some programs let you get close to doing what you want but in my experience none ever let you do exactly what you want; so a few hours are spent opening each file and editing them manually.
One of the biggest problems that I had when I set up my first site was essentially that I had no idea what I was doing. This manifested itself most obviously when it came to installing scripts for my site. I’m not a programmer (far from it) and I thought there would be assumed knowledge when it came to getting things running – knowledge that I assumed I didn’t have. Once I decided to give it a go (and stop paying people to do it for me) I realised that it’s actually pretty easy.
“‘Page Not Found’ on this Server. Check the URL and try again. Or Refresh the page…”
Are you taking advantage of the powerful automation technology available on the Internet? Common Gateway Interface, better known as CGI, is one of the most widely used server applications on the Internet. This software resides on your server and automatically performs specified functions on your web site.
If you don’t maintain a key presence online, whether your business is online or offline, your competition will devour you. Because the marketplace has become hypercompetitive and supersophisticated, access to information as vast and as fast as the worldwide web is all the more reason to market your company in cyberspace let alone to put your company in it.
Obviously, having an Internet presence is important for doing business online. But it doesn’t mean simply being a mere silent billboard in cyberspace. In addition to online (and offline) promotional activities, one has to maintain a consistent contact with web site visitors who, in most part, are potential customers. And one must interact with them as well.
I know that you all want to get rid of Perl Scripts because of their complexity and the fact that Perl is not an easy language to learn. With the introduction of PHP version 4.2, PHP has started supporting a new SAPI (Server Application Programming Interface) called CLI (Command Line Interface). This facility was introduced to help developers create small shell application (scripts) with PHP, meaning that you can kiss Perl goodbye forever!
CGI help you immensely in your endeavor for online success.CGI and Perl scripts help you get free traffic, loyal visitor base and success. CGI programs can do almost anything. from adding basic interaction to generating entire web sites on-the-fly with complex database scripts.
First register a free e-mail address with Yahoo Go to http://mail.yahoo.com
The reason is to get access to Geocities free hosting services. Geocities are part of Yahoo and has all the tools on-line to set up the software you’ll need to run your on-line business. They have a Page Generator tool, a Upload tool to load HTML files, a Site Statistics tool to see how many hits was generated, a File Manager tool to move, copy and delete files.
When I first started my online business, I did everything I could to save a little money — I didn’t want a domain name, not even for a mere $35/year (it was expensive back then!), and I certainly didn’t want to pay recurring monthly fees for a web host.
If you sell more than a handful of products on your website, you’ll need to add what’s known as a shopping cart. This is a function that allows your customers to pick out the items they want and send them to a “cart,” which holds onto them until they’re ready to check out. The program then totals the order and adds any applicable taxes and shipping charges.