We have had several cases recently where a Zen Cart owner or other personnel with access infected their own site with a Trojan zcv.gif.
I have decided that all we can do is provide quality, honesty and transparency in our own business. So to that end, I am providing prospective new website owners the following list of tips and precautions before choosing a designer/developer and beginning a website project.
So to that end I would like to share with you the top 10 posts that users have found the most helpful to them. May you find them helpful and continue to prosper in 2010!
I am going to post what some may consider a generic/default robots.txt for standard Zen Carts installed in to the root of your domain. I strongly suggest you read and learn to properly use the robots protocol and directives instead. I will take no responsibility for this, as it is a suggestion and you have been warned that every Zen Cart is different. Additionally, this WILL NOT work at all if you have rewritten your page’s urls.
Let’s face it, this Monday you and your website will be facing one of, if the the largest online shopping days all year…. Cyber Monday. Preparing for this day is crucial to your business. So below I have some ecommerce and Zen Cart specific things to help you prepare and succeed this Monday.