PrestaShop is a free and open source online shopping cart platform that allows you to build an online store very quickly.
The platform can be extended with free and premium modules and themes, with some integration between PrestaShop and WordPress available.
Find out if this is the right online store builder for you in our PrestaShop review and guide.
What is the purpose of your website? I am sure that most will agree that the purpose of their e-commerce website is to provide a platform from which your customers can buy your products online. Although the aim is a very simple one, the process to get there is unfortunately complex. One of the most important steps you take when developing your computer website is choosing your web template. During the process, it is easy to lose track of what is important.
UserPress contains all of the functionality you would expect from a dedicated wiki platform like MediaWiki (the software that powers Wikipedia): front-end editing, page access restrictions, revision history, etc. Complex menus and options are revealed via dropdown menus and modal windows. And the wiki archive can easily be sorted by recently modified, recently created, and most discussed entries.
As it has often been said, the best designed website is of little use to the owner without visitors. This is why every webmaster or business owner seeking to have a prominent online presence invests time and money to drive traffic to his or her site. One of the key factors that may have a significant impact on the amount of visitors a website gets, besides common factors such as SEO and web design, is the web host that hosts the site. Here are a few reasons why you should only chose a reliable web host to increase your website traffic.
For years now, WordPress has been known as the top blogging platform out there. Just perfect for people who want to share their thoughts, articles, commentaries, or whatever else text-based content they have in store. Sounds just about right, doesn’t it? But what if you need WordPress to be the base of something a little bit more advanced?
Always on the lookout for ways to improve the loading speed of WordPress blogs, I recently decided to install the Google PageSpeed Module on three separate WordPress websites. In order to see whether mod_pagespeed would help improve page speed, I used three different web page speed checking sites for my tests, WebPagetest, PageSpeed Insights and GTMetrix. From experience, I’ve learned that individual web page testing and scoring websites are not always consistent. That said, I find that running each of the three testing services listed above, one after the other, returns the most consistent results. No Pingdom testing? I’ve found…