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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Credit Card Acceptance

Whether you own a small business or manage a large distribution center, accepting credit cards can benefit your business substantially, not only by boosting your sales but also by alleviating your workload. If you haven’t already begun to accept credit cards at your business, you may be inhibiting your company’s potential for growth. Listed below are just a few of the reasons credit card acceptance is vital for any business:

This entry was posted on September 08, 2014 by Janice Lee

25+ Creative Examples of Parallax Scrolling in Website Design

Parallax scrolling is a special scrolling technique different layers of a webpage move across the screen at different speeds as the user scrolls down or up. This technique allows the websites to be a single page. Here’s a collection of innovative websites using parallax scrolling for inspiration.

This entry was posted on January 31, 2013 by Maddie

Mobile Site or Responsive? Make up your mind Google – SEO Video

Hi and welcome to this week SEO video blog, recently James and the development team have been covering responsive web design and considering both usability and SEO. With 33% of all searches now conducted on mobile devices and search behaviours now similar to desktop, we need to consider a dedicated strategy for your mobile audience.

This entry was posted on January 28, 2013 by Maddie

Magento 1.5 mage command-line

Magento 1.5 has moved the built-in downloader away from the original PEAR-architecture towards their own: Instead of working with PEAR-packages, third party extensions are now installed through a specific Magento format, and the Magento application ships with a new script mage to deal with this. This blog gives you an introduction on what the tool can do for you.

This entry was posted on January 26, 2013 by Maddie

Grab your First Item in Collections By: Robert Kent

Here is a useful tip for those of you who work with Magento Collections. Have you ever wanted to get just one result when you are performing a collection query? Well there’s a very simple command at the end that will grab your item for you – so you don’t need to perform $collection[0] or any such nonsense.

This entry was posted on January 25, 2013 by Maddie

Building your team By J.D. Hildebrand

I have occasionally used this modest soapbox to warn against our industry’s common but dangerous lionization of super-programmers. It turns out the oft-cited research supporting the belief that some programmers function at the 10x level is not nearly as convincing as most of us believe – but more about that in a future post. Today, I want to talk about hiring.

This entry was posted on January 23, 2013 by Maddie

Microsoft sends Engineers to Schools

By NICK WINGFIELD for the New York Times

This entry was posted on October 01, 2012 by Susan
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