nopCommerce Tips: How to Get More Facebook Traffic to Your nopCommerce Site

nopCommerce has a broad array of built-in features, but did you know it also has a built-in blog? Blogs are a powerful tool to communicate with your users, create interest in your products, and improve your SEO. Let’s look at how you can leverage your nopCommerce blog to get more traction with your Facebook followers.

To create blog entries, you’ll want to access your nopCommerce Administration section. Under the “Content Management” section, highlight “Blog”, and click on “Blog Posts”. Click the “Add New” button in the top right area.

You’ll notice that you have a fairly robust text editor available, as well as the ability to set tags for your blog entry. At this time, you don’t have the ability to schedule your post in advance; you may choose to use a third-party app if that’s an important factor to consider. Learn More

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How to Add an Extension to the php.ini Through a Terminal in Linux

Hello,

I’ll show you how to easily add an extension to the php.ini with a simple line in a terminal.

1. Open up a terminal or console.

The code is: Learn More

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How to Ajaxify Comments in Elgg 1.8

For some time, several people have been looking for a way to post a comment in Elgg without reloading the entire page, integrating ajax in Elgg like Facebook does nowadays. In this article, I will give a step by step guide on how to Ajaxify comments in Elgg 1.8

1. Download the Elgg community plugin Ajaxify Comments for Elgg 1.8

2. After downloading the plugin, upload the plugin to the mod folder. If you don’t know how to do that, please read this article

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