Automated Shopping Cart Migration

* Automated Data Migration from Your Current Cart to New
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Cart2Cart is an online shopping cart migration service which helps you to move data from your current shopping cart to better one automatically.
Unique online shopping cart migration service that allows you to transfer all your customers, products and orders from one shopping cart to another one

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Joomla 1.6 – Content Management System with MORE

Your favorite free & open source CMS,
now with MORE:

ACL, SEO, Speed, Power, Control, Options

Joomla 1.6 includes the same user-friendly features, but packs more power under the hood. Plenty of power, effortless to use. That’s Joomla!

Joomla! 1.6 provides MORE for all types of users

What’s new in 1.6

ACL in Joomla 1.6

Nested categories, ACL, improved language support & SEO, built-in redirects, template styles, & much more. New features for designers, developers, admins, and webmasters, certain to make you happy!

1.6 Celebrations

Joomla 1.6 Celebrations

Joomla! user groups are celebrating the release of Joomla! 1.6 around the world!

Find a celebration near you and join the party! No party near you? Why don’t you host your own or join the virtual one?

via Joomla 1.6 – Content Management System with MORE.

Yagendoo Development – Affiliate Program

Yagendoo Development – Affiliate Program

Our program is free to join, it’s easy to sign-up and requires no technical knowledge. Affiliate programs are common throughout the Internet and offer website owners an additional way to profit from their websites. Affiliates generate traffic and sales for commercial websites and in return receive a commission payment.

How Does It Work?

When you join our affiliate program, you will be supplied with a range of banners and textual links that you place within your site. When a user clicks on one of your links, they will be brought to our website and their activity will be tracked by our affiliate software. You will earn a commission based on your commission type.

Real-Time Statistics and Reporting!

Login 24 hours a day to check your sales, traffic, account balance and see how your banners are performing.

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SEO, Joomla! and your Template :: Joomla! Community Magazine â„¢

Team EaSE Article: SEO, Joomla! and your Template
Many people ask “Is Joomla! good for SEO or not?” and a final answer is: “Yes it is!”. Joomla! is the ideal software with which you can build any website: business, corporate, education, government, portals etc. At the same time it is one of the easiest content management systems to set up, for many reasons, and good for the purpose of better rankings in search engines too.

On-page optimisation

SEO is not just an on-page process. It is an organic process which should start from keyword research (terms and phrases), building a search engine friendly web site and building links. What is most important from these three? All three.

Building a search engine friendly website is very important. As any website, Joomla! needs a good template, robot.txt file, sitemap, SEF URLs and body tags.

Learning how search engines work is a long process, but here are some fast-track guidelines for on-page SEO steps

A Web Page can be considered SEO friendly if it has:

  • meta description (max 150 characters)
  • good architecture
  • link to the home page
  • breadcrumbs
  • category or/and section link
  • title with H1 tag, with keyword or phrase (title tag max 70 characters)
  • subtitles with keywords or phrases
  • great ratio text to code
  • content (article) which is near to the closing head tag
  • unique content
  • proper name of images, with alt attribute and folder name
  • a few instances of keywords and/or phrases in the article (heading, alt, bold, italic)
  • speed and no more then 150 kb
  • low number of CSS and javascript compressed files

Before search engines crawl a website, they will first try to find the .htaccess and robot.txt files.

continue reading the article at: Team EaSE Article: SEO, Joomla! and your Template :: Joomla! Community Magazine â„¢.

J!OSCARS – Nomination – J and Beyond | An International Joomla(TM) Event – May 30th to June 1st, 2010

J!OSCARS – Nomination

2010 sees the launch of the first ever global “Joomla Open Source Creative and Artistic Recognition” awards to be held at the J! and Beyond conference in Wiesbaden, Germany.

Nominations are welcome in all the categories below and from these our International Jury will create a shortlist of finalists.

From this shortlist the event attendees will vote and the winners will be announced on Monday, May 31st 2010 at the J! and Beyond conference.

In addition to the categories below there are two additional “Special Awards”, that will be decided by the Jury, for “Joomla! Innovation of the year” and “Outstanding personal achievement”.

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Free Joomla Extension – SEO Keyword Factory v1.0.0

Free Joomla Extension – SEO Keyword Factory v1.0.0

SEO Keyword Factory will allow you to create and maintain a search engine friendly web site by building and saving keyword-rich URLs for a better search engine relevance.

The SEO link is created automatically after the search keywords that brings the visitor on that certain page. Google, Yahoo and Bing are now integrated. In order for the component to function properly, webmasters must enable the System SEO Keyword Factory plugin, which detects the referral from the search engine and will allow to create and maintain a search engine relevant website.

SEO Keyword Factory

The component comes with a link manager, where all created links are displayed, given the webmaster the possibility to add new links or edit existing ones. When editing, the landing page can be changed, the keywords, number of hits and the publishing state of that certain item. The filter function allows a search after relevant words.

At the component settings, global configuration, the webmaster can set the plugin status and the following parameters:

  • keywords transformation (upper, lower, capital, unchanged),
  • keywords separator,
  • link terminator,
  • number of columns and rows visible per page in the frontend,
  • banned words (if any of this words is found in the search engine keywords, the link will not be generated).

This product is part of our GPL Club. We are offering it now for free download to all site users, according to our terms and conditions. Support for this product is part of the GPL Club and available only to our GPL Club members.

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How to include modules in Content & articles for Joomla

How to include modules in Content item (for Joomla 1.5.x)

Step 1: Set up the module

Let’s first create a module for use with this example.

  1. Go to “Extensions – Module Manager”. Look for the module “Main Menu”. Check the box besides the title, and choose “Copy” from the menu.
  2. You will see a new module called “Copy of Main Menu” appearing below the original “Main Meu”.
  3. Click on “Copy of Main Menu”. First make sure Enabled is set at ‘Yes’.
  4. Now, for the field “Position”, first take a look at the entire list of the module positions in the pulldown menu. Then choose a new module name and just type it in there. Yes, just manually type it in, since it will not be in the pulldown selection list. This is a combobox that allows you to add new items by typing the new item in the entry field. In this example, I’ve chosen the new module name to be user201 as shown below..
  5. In the field “Menu Assignment”, for Menus, make sure you select “All”:
  6. Save the module.

Step 2: Create the content page

We will now create a content item for containing the module.

  1. Go to Article Manager and create a new article.
  2. In the article, enter the following:
  3. This is a test to include a module inside a content page.
    
    {loadposition user201}
  4. Note that the module name after loadposition has to match the module position you have created in Step 1.
  5. That’s it! Save the article. We’re all set!

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How do you put a module inside an article? – Joomla! Documentation

How do you put a module inside an article?

You will usually want to associate modules with articles in some way. The modules are allocated to module positions and the module positions appear somewhere on the web page as determined by the template. However, it is sometimes useful to have a module actually embedded in the article content itself.

To insert a module inside an article you use the “{loadposition xx}” command, as follows:

  1. Create a module and set its position to any value that doesn’t conflict with an existing template position. You can type in the position value instead of selecting it from the drop-down list. For example, use the position “myposition”.
  2. Assign the module to the Menu Items that contain the articles that you want the module to show in. You can also just assign the module to “All” Menu Items.
  3. Edit the articles where you want this module to show and insert the text “{loadposition myposition}” in the article, at the place where you want the module to show.

The module will show at that point in the article.

Note that this only works when the plugin ‘Content – Load Module’ is enabled. If this plugin is disabled, the text “{loadposition myposition}” shows unchanged in the article.

via How do you put a module inside an article? – Joomla! Documentation.

NEW iJoomla SEO with 5x more features

NEW iJoomla SEO with 5x more features

Here are just a few of SEO‘s exciting new features

Keyword rank on Google. Ever wanted to know how your keywords rank on Google? Are they up or down? Where do you stand compared to your competition? Now it’s super easy to find out! Our new Keywords Manager allows you to view all of your keywords–in 1 convenient location– and see how they rank on Google so you can make corrections easily. >>Read morePage Manager – These days, it’s not enough to just have the keywords in the title meta tag, you must also add them in the body 4-5x to get the best results! Our new Page Manager lets you see all of your articles and which keywords you’ve entered in the title/keywords Meta tag. You can see if the keywords are included in the body of the article or not, so that you can add them easily if they’re missing. >>Read more.

Internal/External Automatic linking: Links from pages on your site to another relevant page on your site using a keyword anchor is a great technique to make that page associated more strongly with that keyword. Now you can do that automatically in iJoomla SEO! And automatic external links (affiliate links, keyword link exchanges, etc.) are also a snap! >>Read more.

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