WordPress – 9 Great Reasons WordPress Maybe Your Choice!

Maybe you’ve heard that WordPress is a great tool to use as a CMS (Content Management System). Well, that’s right. Developed as a blogging tool, more and more users started to use WordPress as a Content Management System for their website. Today, WordPress is released as a publishing platform, which means it’s even better to use as a CMS. In this article, I want to explain why WordPress is such a good choice to use as a CMS. Learn More

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Change File Upload Size Limit with IIS Manager

File Upload Limit can be changed on ASP applications by modifying the Web.Config file. However, some people are not eager to do this, because they don’t want to break things in their applications. That’s why in this article I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to increase the file upload size limit through the IIS Manager. Learn More

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Overview of back in stock notifications in nopCommerce

nopCommerce back in stock notification features allows customers to subscribe to list of products for which they would like to get notified (or get alerts) when the products are back in the stock. This is one of the most user-friendly feature that many customers look for in an online store site as it allows them to keep a track of products that has gone out of stock. Options like “back in stock notifications” keeps the online shoppers engaged with the store instead of going to any other store site to order the item.

Today we will go over this feature in detail and in order to understand “back in stock notifications” in depth, let us divide everything in 4 main points: Learn More

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