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  • Password Security Guidelines
    guess That means not using easy to obtain information such as your name birthday phone number or the year you graduated from high school or similar information from family members pets or your business If you are basing your password on something memorable pick obscure references that are not easily associated with you The second element of making passwords hard to guess is to avoid using words or phrases that would be found in a dictionary This applies as much to words in other common languages as to your own language Substituting numerals for similar letters will make your password harder to guess but won t prevent a competent hacker from guessing a password based on a common dictionary word Completely random strings are the most difficult to guess but can also be the hardest to remember unless you can come up with a mnemonic for it Blending parts of words together to form a new word can be one way to make a memorable password Bach s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor could become t0cnfgdm1n which is considerably less likely to be guessed Long and Mixed The more characters in your password the lower the probability that it will be guessed Security experts recommend a minimum of seven characters for a strong password Making a password too long may make it difficult to remember and there are limits to password length in many systems so you may want to avoid passwords longer than 10 characters A good password must also combine alphabetic characters with numerals Your password should have at least one numeral in it preferably not at the beginning or end Substituting a numeral for a similar character is a popular practice and as a result malicious hackers are likely to try similar substitutions If your password

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/secure_password.html (2016-01-08)
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  • The ShopSite Store Wizard
    add order buttons to existing HTML pages Configure basic Tax Shipping and Billing options Select a look for your page or order buttons and your shopping cart It only takes about fifteen minutes to complete the wizard with a few products in your store Once you complete the wizard your store will be able to take online orders and you ll be acquainted with how the merchant back office in ShopSite works Afterwards you can always add more products and try out some of ShopSite s many features See the feature checklist to learn what s included in your ShopSite store Products Feature Comparison Learn About ShopSite Case Studies Add On Modules ShopSite FAQ International Demos FREE ShopSite Demo Add Order Buttons to Your Site Video Tutorials Live Online Stores Purchase ShopSite Credit Card Services Add On Modules Additional Services Order Transfer Partners Find A Hosting Partner Become A Hosting Partner Hosting Partner Resources Certified ShopSite Designers Certified ShopSite Developers Support Merchant Support Hosting Partner Support ShopSite Help ShopSite Knowledgebase ShopSite Forum Designer Resources Developer Resources Other Resources Contact Phone And Addresses Request More Information ShopSite Support How To Buy ShopSite Employment Opportunities ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On YouTube

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/wizard.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Pro Earns Top Ten Reviews Gold Award
    looking for great merchant tools Shopsite Pro our TopTenREVIEWS Gold Award winner is an excellent product for all your E commerce needs Shopsite combines a wealth of useful features and information with simple navigation for a good price It is the most complete start to finish shopping cart available on the market Shopsite Pro Standout Features Real time credit card processing Utilize coupons and gift certificates Offer digital downloadable products Integration with UPS QuickBooks and PayPal Products Feature Comparison Learn About ShopSite Case Studies Add On Modules ShopSite FAQ International Demos FREE ShopSite Demo Add Order Buttons to Your Site Video Tutorials Live Online Stores Purchase ShopSite Credit Card Services Add On Modules Additional Services Order Transfer Partners Find A Hosting Partner Become A Hosting Partner Hosting Partner Resources Certified ShopSite Designers Certified ShopSite Developers Support Merchant Support Hosting Partner Support ShopSite Help ShopSite Knowledgebase ShopSite Forum Designer Resources Developer Resources Other Resources Contact Phone And Addresses Request More Information ShopSite Support How To Buy ShopSite Employment Opportunities ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On YouTube ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software Blog ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software on Google ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On Twitter ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/tutorial/toptenreviews.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Customizing ShopSite
    engine link value to the full URL of the destination page Offer E Marketing services The E Marketing button in the Merchandising section of ShopSite links to a page on the ShopSite server If you would like to offer your own e marketing services or have the button link to another service edit the global aa file and change the value of the emarketing token to the full URL of the destination page Add a Return To Mall button on customer receipts When a customer in any store in your mall concludes a purchase she will see a receipt page in her browser At the top of the receipt is a Return to Store button You can place a Return to Mall button next to the existing button and define the destination link for that button Open the global aa file with a text editor On a new line add a marketplace token followed by the URL of the destination page like this marketplace http myhost mall html Save and close the file For each store that you want to display the button edit the sbdata aa file in the store s data directory and add a new line with the following text sb show mall checked Change the text on the Finishing Up page When a new merchant completes the store setup wizard he is presented with a Finishing Up page that offers congratulations and gives a few bits of advice including who he can contact for help You can customize this information by editing the isp aa file in the SHOPSITE DIRECTORY nls language directory Replace the standard graphics with your own You can replace almost all of the graphics seen by sellers when they are configuring and administering their stores including buttons and logos Note that you cannot replace the ShopSite copyright notice and logo in the lower right part of the screen All of the image files are in the shopsite images directory that you defined during installation If you replace any images the new images must have the same file names and be the same dimensions as the original images Change the list of available colors You can change the list of colors available to each store by editing the pagepalette dat file located in the store s data directory You can add or remove any color that you want in the pull down list that the merchant sees Just be sure the hex number has a symbol in front of it e g FFE4C0 This does not allow you to directly enter hex color values from ShopSite you must still use the pull down list If you remove colors then certain Themes will not be available Customize error message displays You can customize the headers and footers displayed with error messages The error message screen that a merchant might see is comprised of an HTML header the text of the error message and an HTML footer You cannot change the text of the error

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/install/customize.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Shopping Cart and UPS for your Online Store
    ensuring that customers enter valid city state and ZIP code information Customers even see suggestions on how to correct the address US addresses only Try it now You can see UPS Rates and Service Selection in the shopping cart in an Al s Tools Advanced Store demo or you can configure the UPS tools in your own demo store ShopSite s UPS tools work to give your customers a better shopping experience and to give merchants lower costs and peace of mind UPS UPS brandmark and the Color Brown are trademarks of United Parcel Service of America Inc All Rights Reserved Products Feature Comparison Learn About ShopSite Case Studies Add On Modules ShopSite FAQ International Demos FREE ShopSite Demo Add Order Buttons to Your Site Video Tutorials Live Online Stores Purchase ShopSite Credit Card Services Add On Modules Additional Services Order Transfer Partners Find A Hosting Partner Become A Hosting Partner Hosting Partner Resources Certified ShopSite Designers Certified ShopSite Developers Support Merchant Support Hosting Partner Support ShopSite Help ShopSite Knowledgebase ShopSite Forum Designer Resources Developer Resources Other Resources Contact Phone And Addresses Request More Information ShopSite Support How To Buy ShopSite Employment Opportunities ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On YouTube

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/ups.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Custom Template Tutorial - Design Introduction
    different stores Another question to ask is how much back office control should the merchant have The way you answer these questions will have a dramatic effect on the complexity of the templates and the ratio of HTML and custom template tags you will use The easiest custom templates to make are usually store specific and leave very little control in the back office This technique allows you to rely a lot more on your HTML editor to design the presentation and only use custom template tags to include specific ShopSite database information If you are just starting with custom templates it s a good idea to start with a template like this Another significant factor in your template design is the type of products that will be sold and how they need to be presented to the customer Will your products have several sub products that must be displayed Do you have large groups of very similar products Most of your answers to these and a number of other presentation related questions are matters of marketing or preference and discussion of the pros and cons of different solutions is outside the scope of this tutorial but you do need to have answers to these questions before you get started on a custom template It will save you a lot of time if before you start messing with HTML or Custom Template Tags you have a mock up of the result you re hoping to end up with It wouldn t even hurt to go as far as designing an entire mock up screen with your HTML editor before you start trying to make a template for that screen One distinct advantage of an HTML mock up is that you can often just cut and paste segments of code from your mock up into the custom template Finally it is important to be aware that most Custom Template Tags will be replaced with HTML code not just raw data In addition many of the back office fields merchants can use allow HTML content to be included within them A good template needs to be able to handle this information and present it in a manner consistent with the rest of the Web site s appearance One of the best ways to do this is by using Cascading Style Sheets CSS to control the appearance of content rather than relying on HTML attributes Custom Templates in an HTML editor A full custom template does not follow the flow design or logic of HTML it s far more complex There is however some benefit to using an HTML editor during the design process If you have an advanced HTML editor that will display the raw HTML code in a color coded layout you can even build your templates in the editor You may also choose to create each page for a template in HTML then insert the custom template tags where they belong and finally copy the finished page into the appropriate

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/tutorial/design_introduction.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Custom Template Tag Specification
    same basic format TAG INFO When a store that uses a custom template is published ShopSite searches the template for tags with the above syntax and replaces them with information from the appropriate databases based on the instructions in TAG INFO ShopSite publishes all standard HTML tags just as they appear in the templates HTML authoring programs and browsers should display the ShopSite tags as regular text This helps while developing and debugging templates by letting you see a template with the tags as placeholders Other notes on formatting tags Tags are not case sensitive A tag may not extend over more than one line That is there cannot be any carriage returns or line feeds within a tag Many tags have optional parameters which are shown in in curly braces in the help like this parameter Do not include the braces when using these parameters A parameter in italics is a placeholder showing where you need to provide a real value The following tags must appear on lines by themselves all other tags can be placed on lines that contain other text other tags and HTML LOOP x END LOOP x DEFINE x END DEFINE x ITEM PRODUCT LINK

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/custom.template.spec.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Custom Template Tutorial - Table Of Contents
    Out Mobile Commerce Product Reviews Cross Sell UpSell Breadcrumbs Responsive Design Top Template Tips Custom Cart No Template Quick Easy Templates Divided Customer Text Entry Multi Add To Cart Template View All Most Popular Tips Update Your Templates New v12 SP1 Template Tags New v12 Template Tags New v11 SP2 Template Tags New v11 SP1 Template Tags New v11 Template Tags Page Templates Quick Easy Page Template Advanced Page Template Product Templates Quick Easy Product Template Advanced Product Template General Add To Cart Form Other Templates Search Results Templates Shopping Cart Templates Gift Certificate Templates Customer Registration Templates Advanced Features Template Tips Most Popular Tips Community Forum Cookbook Site Map ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On YouTube ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software Blog ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software on Google ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On Twitter ShopSite Online Shopping Cart Software On Facebook Questions 888 373 4347 template terminology Our Software Try A Demo List of Features Package Comparison ShopSite Pricing Add On Modules Order Transfer Check Out Our Partners Hosting Providers Payment Processing Designers Developers Existing Merchants E commerce Case Studies Live ShopSite Stores Customer Quotes User Forums Need Support Merchant Support Video Tutorials Designer Resources Developer Resources

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