Back in the infancy of the world wide web, frames were a pretty useful tool. They allowed a designer to have multiple panels on a page with one or more displaying consistent content (like a menu). With the advent of the modern web programming languages such as Active Server Pages (ASP), PHP & ASP.Net, frames are now really nothing more than a relic of the past. In fact, they can actually be harmful to your site’s performance in the search engines and your customer’s user experience. […]
Really the title of this blurb should be ‘How can a shopping cart help your business?’ – but since ProductCart is our e-commerce solution of choice here at NetSource, we’ll stick with that title. For any business with any kind of product base, whether retail, manufacturing or wholesale, a listing of those products on the web should be a must. After all, as a business you want – strike that, you need – customers to be able to find your products. […]
It can be a bit confusing trying to figure out what language people are using to communicate on the web with. “I’ve got one of those HTML pages” or “My site is dot net!” – but what does that really mean? How can we distill something more than “My site is better than yours.” Hopefully the following information will help to clear the fog.