Many feel that once their websites are completed, they can sit back and wait for the customers to roll in. If only it were that easy.
One of the most confusing aspects of online commerce is sales tax. Here’s the lowdown on when you should be charging tax on your e-commerce site.
There are often many small changes you can make to your website to improve a visitor’s experience and gain more traffic. But there is a single principle you can follow to get more people to your site and improve your search engine rankings.
The debate between whether to use HTML 4 for a DOCTYPE or the new XHTML 1 continues, even within my own head. Here’s some of the pros/cons between them. HTML 4.01 Causes a validation error with the closing slash in <link />. Technically, self-closing tags shouldn’t even be used, but browsers will usually forgive such […]
You may have come across a problem in PHP where user sessions (ie, from $_SESSION) expire earlier than you expect. Now, there’s many different settings that can affect PHP sessions. Besides any application preferences, PHP has settings like session.gc_probability and session.gc_maxlifetime. But none of these matter if you don’t change session.save_path. By default, sessions are saved […]