eCommerce Web Development Training Program

eCommerce Web Development Training Program
Event on 2013-03-16 10:00:00
The Webinstitute is one of India's premium web development training companies. We have trained over 1000 people in the past one year through a series of workshops and inhouse training programs.

We are now conducting our very first eCommerce Web Training program targetted mainly towards working professionals and enthusiasts who wish to learn how to begin their ecommerce website. The topics we are going to cover are as follows:

Introduction to Basic Programming:In this module, we will instruct you some basics of the language used for programming websites. Things such as PHP, HTML and CSS will be dealt with here.
Making an eCommerce Website Using WordPress We will show you how you can create an eCommerce website using WordPress.
Open Source E commerce Alternatives:Knowledge of frameworks such as Prestashop, Magento and Shopify will be given.
Payment Gateway Integration: In this module, basic knowledge of payment gateways will be given and we will instruct you how you can integrate the EBS payment gateway into your website.
SEO and World wide web Marketing: You will also learn the basics of marketing your website which is very important in today’s times.
By the end of the program, you will be all set to launch your store. Focus on the supply chain and save several 10s of thousands of rupees in development.

The program starts March 9, 2013 and will get over by the end of the nex weekend. Classes will be held 6 hours a day over 2 weekends.

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WordPress Integration with Ecommerce Templates Shopping Cart Software

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013

The favourite shopping cart software from Ecommerce Templates now supports the industry leader in website creation and blogging, WordPress. The Ecommerce Templates WordPress shopping cart will integrate with an existing WordPress site or can be used in a new theme to create an online store within the WordPress framework.

The cost of the software is $ 159, a one time fee with no hidden or monthly pricing. Customers are free to host the store where they like and the buy comes with six months of support and updates.

Integration is quite straightforward as the store and WordPress databases and admin are kept separate for security and flexibility reasons. The layout of the store pages is controlled via the WordPress admin and css file. There are several widgets acquirable including ideal sellers, mini cart, dynamic css menus, featured products amongst others.

The software supports Responsive Designs with CSS based layouts acquirable for the category, product and detail pages. The code is XHTML valid and the software is PA-DSS Certified.

Ecommerce Templates has been developing its shopping cart software since 2002 and has been one of the most favourite carts on the market ever since. It also integrates into Dreamweaver , offers Responsive Designs and CSS layouts which can be edited in any HTML or text editor. Ecommerce Templates can also be integrated into an existing site or design using the Generic Version.

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WebSite101 Blog Tutorial Offers Online Businesses a Simple How-To on Blogging and RSS Feeds for Ecommerce & Web Marketing

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2005, a small business ecommerce tutorial established in 1999, has launched a Blog Tutorial to instruct online entrepreneurs how to use blogs and RSS feeds in their web marketing efforts.

According to Merriam Webster online dictionary, the word “Blog” was the number one searched word of 2004 because everyone wants to know what a blog is and how to use blogging to enhance their website sales.

The Merriam Webster definition: “Blog noun [short for Weblog] : a Web site that contains an online individualized journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.”

Bloggers are simply using a web based technology that grants instant online publishing of ongoing view and commentary to a section of their web site. The WebSite101 Blog Tutorial offers over 30 articles by expert Bloggers who have prefabricated business blogs profitable additions to their web marketing arsenals.

Webmasters have gotten into linking frenzies with their standard web sites and now link in entirely unnatural ways because the search engines rank sites based on link popularity. Blogs are loved by the search engines because those links are once again relevant and topical instead of using increasingly common and inflationary link spamming.

WebSite101 began in 1999 as a small business ecommerce tutorial offering world wide web definitions, HTML tutorials and advice on choosing an effective and memorable domain study for small business webmasters. It has since expanded into offering small business webmaster tools to help select web page colors and a text-to-HTML converter for web publishing. WebSite101 now offers webmaster software for business planning through valuable free software to check web site link popularity.

In December of 1999 WebSite101 was honored to be mentioned in both the print and online versions of Entrepreneur Magazine, which continues to link to WebSite101 tutorials from dozens of small business sections. The new Blog Tutorial is added to over 21 other extensive tutorial sections, including Web Analytics, Merchant Accounts, Home Business, Affiliate Marketing, Public Relations, Privacy, search engine positioning and Online Advertising Tutorials.

About WebSite101

Mike Banks Valentine is a search engine optimization specialist who launched WebSite101 in Jan of 1999 to offer free online training for small business entrepreneurs seeking to expand their business to the web. The popularity of the web site grants it to be fully supported by advertising and continues to expand to include new webmaster tools, services and tutorials. Valentine operates two blogs at and


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Professional Website Design – 7 Tips to Increase ECommerce

What exactly makes a professional website layout increase business? The short answer is clean, easy and visible to the world. It boils down to these 7 basic tips that each business website should adhere.

1. Say the benefits your business has to offer, but make it short and to the point. This is your “unique selling proposition”. It should be said clearly and visibly. Don’t clutter your site with useless text or graphics.

2. Select your font carefully and use up to two similar font families -at most. One of the worst things I see on the world wide web is those sites with twenty different fonts of all sizes and colors. That screams, “Cheesy income letter – Avoid!”

3. Use graphics and/or pictures that help sell the products. Custom graphics are best. If you don’t design graphics you could outsource them.

4. A professional web site design is individual friendly. This means easy navigation. Visitors should be healthy find exactly what they’re looking for as swiftly as possible. If not, you lose the customers’ attention and they move on to a competitor’s site.

5. A professional website should be cross browser compatible. I always make it a point to check that my web sites look and function right in all the dominant browsers such as Firefox, World wide web Explorer, Safari, Netscape, Chrome, Opera, etc.

6. Mobile device compatibility is also very important in web site design. Many people these days use their iPhone or iPod to browse the internet. These mobile devices do not support Flash. If your site is built using Flash with no alternate content, your site can't be viewed. Potential business, lost. Flash web pages should be used sparingly and always have alternate content, which brings us to the next tip.

7. Don’t build a website solely on Flash for two good reasons. First, Google doesn’t like 100% Flash websites because they can’t see Flash content. It might look great, but if you’re trying to rank for Google search terms, you’ll have a really hard time. Second, Flash sites take a while to load. There is still a massive market of people with slow connections. Instead of waiting, waiting, waiting, they’ll lose interest before your website even loads.

Bottom line is – keep it simple, make it visible. Professional website designs are clean, easy and visible to the world. That’s the key to noticeably increase e-commerce.

Stephanie Vigil is a professional website designer in Santa Fe, NM. For inexpensive rates, visit website design Santa Fe, NM.

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