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  • Linux and UNIX File Permissions Explained
    running as A wise system administrator will create special user accounts to run servers in order to restrict what files the server can access Web servers can provide the general public access to files on the computer the server is running on This can be useful for providing information and services such as an online store but requires special care to avoid allowing people to access files they should not 5 In order to view an HTML page in a Web browser the special account used to run the Web server common names include apache web or nobody must have permission to read that file The safest way to give the Web server access to a file is for the file to belong to the same special user account and group that runs the Web server and restrict what permissions the file allows Read access should be granted to the user and group and may be granted to everyone Write access should only be granted to the user and group if the file will be modified by the Web server or a program such as a CGI run by the Web server Execute permission should be granted to the user and group if the file is a program such as a CGI or a directory It is generally not a good idea to grant write or execute permissions for everyone Back to Top Changing File Permissions The owner of a file can change permissions for that file The file owner can also assign the file to any group to which the user belongs In order to change the owner of a file the user must have administrative super user access on the system 6 Changing the Mode The chmod command can be used to change the file mode granting or revoking read write or execute permissions for any of the classes chmod permissions filename The permissions can be indicated in different ways The standard way to do this is by using a three digit number to specify the desired file permissions by using one digit for each of the permission classes The numbers one through seven are used for each digit to indicate which permissions to set on the file 1 execute x 2 write w 3 1 2 wx 4 read r 5 4 1 r x 6 4 2 rw 7 4 2 1 rwx Using this system you can set absolute permissions for the file meaning the permissions are changed to whatever you indicated regardless of what they were before For example if you ran chmod 775 myfile the file myfile would have the mode rwxrwxr x While it is quick and uncomplicated to use the standard system to specify file permissions has two significant limitations The primary one is that it s not intuitive or easy to remember The second is that you can only do absolute permission changes There is a second system which while it requires more keystrokes is easier to remember and can

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  • Creating a ShopSite Mall
    directory where each individual store s data directory would be Many merchants may want or need FTP access to their HTML directories although they should avoid making changes to any content generated by ShopSite If you grant your merchants FTP access you should make sure they can not access the common CGIs or the HTML directories of other stores This requires special care when setting up file permissions to allow the Web server access to all the HTML directories Once you have determined where to put the various content and have made any configuration changes necessary you are ready to begin installing your mall Select one of the stores to start with and follow the instructions for installing a single store Once you have one store running follow the instructions to add more stores to your mall Back to Top Converting a Store to a Mall If you already have a store installed and running on your Web server converting it to a mall is as easy as adding another store If the first store was not initially installed to be a mall however there may be some privacy and access considerations you will need to adapt for Review the instructions for installing a new mall above and determine how to address the factors discussed In most cases you can make file permissions and Web server configuration changes to accommodate your current setup In some cases however you may need to re install the store To re install an existing store in a new location on the same server Do not try to upgrade the store at the same time you are re installing it If necessary upgrade the store first then move it after you have confirmed that the upgrade was successful Back up your existing store Make sure your store s data directory and store pages directory including the media directory have been backed up before you make any changes to your store It is a good idea to store a backup copy of your store content in a compressed archive on your local computer If moving the store will change the URL of the store pages directory you will need to acquire a new auth file for your store To avoid any complications it is a good idea to disable your current store before installing the new one You should make the move at a time that will not have a significant impact on your customers If you are moving the store pages directory create the directory and copy all the content from the old directory to the new location Disable the old store by removing Web access to the old CGIs You may want to wait until you know the store is working in the new location before actually removing the old CGIs Make any changes to your Web server configuration that may be required for the new store location Follow the instructions to install a new store using the new location on the server Once

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  • ShopSite Locales
    Setting English Australia en AU English Canada en CA English Caribbean en CX English European Union en EU English Ireland en IE English Jamaica en JA English New Zealand en NZ English United Kingdom en UK English United States en US English South Africa en ZA ShopSite can be customized to work with other Latin 1 European languages It is not designed to work with multi byte languages such as

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  • ShopSite cPanel Installation Instructions
    To install a vendor specific csp id file copy the csp id file to usr local cpanel base frontend x shopsite install on the cPanel server Click here for information on the server requirements for hosting ShopSite stores Sign up today by filling out our on line form or call us at 888 373 4347 or 801 705 4143 If you would like more information on our partner program or if you just want some questions answered we want to hear from you 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

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  • Getting Started - What is E-Commerce
    Does It Cost How Do I Order It Am I Actually Going To Get What I Ordered Second the merchant s viewpoint For the merchant it s a lot more complex There are several things you have to consider and third parties such as shipping carriers and payment processors you have to work with Here are just a few of the things you ll need to think about Creating and Managing a Product Catalog Drawing Potential Customers to Your Store Taking Orders from Customers Being Notified when Customers Place Orders Accepting and Processing Customer Payments Charging Appropriate Tax on Orders Shipping Ordered Products Calculating and Charging Shipping Rates Protecting Your Store from Hackers There are several different components involved in any E commerce software If you ve worked in a brick and mortar store you probably already know about displaying your products managing your inventory and accepting payments when customers buy your products You may also already know about the variety of advertising pricing and incentives you need to draw customers to your store A Web based store has all of those components to it along with taking orders and shipping the products Fortunately good shopping cart software includes tools to help you with all of these jobs Continue to How does E Commerce Work Getting Started with ShopSite Introduction to E Commerce What is E Commerce How does E Commerce Work How do I Start Selling Things Online Introduction to ShopSite What is ShopSite How do I Use ShopSite How do I Create a Product Catalog How do I Take Orders How do I Accept Payments How do I Fulfil Orders How can I Get More Customers What Else can I Improve Products Feature Comparison Learn About ShopSite Case Studies Add On Modules ShopSite FAQ International Demos FREE ShopSite

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  • Getting Started - How does E-Commerce Work
    the difference between an abandoned or completed sale One of the biggest turn offs for potential customers comes from not knowing the final price until they ve completed several tedious forms ShopSite prevents this by presenting the final cost on the first Shopping Cart screen after the customer provides only the essential information for calculating shipping and tax rates ShopSite also has a number of other features to make completing an order as simple and straight forward as possible This topic is covered in more detail in the taking orders in ShopSite section of this tutorial Payment Processing Accepting payments is the backbone of any online store without it customers can t place orders If you have a brick and mortar store you probably already have a system for processing credit card payments Online payment processing is a similar process customers enter payment information which gets forwarded to a payment gateway that validates the information and confirms available funds then transfers the funds to your merchant account There are many different payment gateway and merchant account providers as well as online payment services such as PayPal and Google Checkout How to do this will be covered in more detail in the accepting payments in ShopSite section of this tutorial You can also learn more about accepting payments online as well as what payment gateway and services are supported by ShopSite on the Payment Processing in ShopSite page of our Web site Shipping Once you get an order you need to gather the products prepare them for shipping then send them to the customer You will need to plan how you will handle the various costs and effort this involves It s common practice for online merchants to pass this cost on to the customers although offering free shipping is great incentive to get customers to buy from you There are also different shipping services such as next day second day and ground shipping which you may want to offer your customers With all of this your customers want to know what their shipping costs will be before they place an order ShopSite includes a variety of options for providing real time shipping cost calculations You can read about this in the taking orders in ShopSite section of this tutorial Tax Calculation Calculating collecting and paying appropriate sales tax is another part of your online store that you need to consider How you handle it depends on the laws where your business is In the United States for example you are currently only required to collect sales tax for orders shipped within the state your company operates from your customers are responsible for paying sales tax in their home state otherwise In Europe you are responsible for collecting and paying Value Added Tax VAT based off your business location your customer s location and the type of product you are selling ShopSite includes tools to automatically calculate and collect the taxes you are responsible for These are discussed in the taking

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  • Getting Started - How do I Start Selling Things Online?
    sell you need the Web server to host your store and shopping cart software to create and manage your store ShopSite is the number one shopping cart and our obvious recommendation If you already have a hosting provider you like there s a good chance they already offer ShopSite If not you may want to consider one of our ShopSite Hosting Partners who can provide you with a Web hosting account and a ShopSite store Once you ve got ShopSite on your Web hosting account you can set up your store and start selling your products The next part of this tutorial guides you through this process Continue to Introduction to ShopSite Getting Started with ShopSite Introduction to E Commerce What is E Commerce How does E Commerce Work How do I Start Selling Things Online Introduction to ShopSite What is ShopSite How do I Use ShopSite How do I Create a Product Catalog How do I Take Orders How do I Accept Payments How do I Fulfil Orders How can I Get More Customers What Else can I Improve 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

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  • Getting Started - What is ShopSite
    is offered in three service levels each with more features than the one before When you outgrow one service level it s easy to upgrade to the next one ShopSite Starter An economical but light weight package designed to let you get started without a big financial investment It has all the features you need to create a store and begin taking real orders but doesn t have some of the fancier features you might want later ShopSite Manager A robust and flexible package with all the most popular features It costs a bit more than Starter but gives you a lot more features ShopSite Pro The powerhouse solution for when you want to pull out all the stops and make the most of your online store Pro stores include several advanced features as well as a variety of tools to add custom functionality to your store See the ShopSite Feature Checklist to see what features are available in the different service levels of ShopSite Continue to How do I Use ShopSite Getting Started with ShopSite Introduction to E Commerce What is E Commerce How does E Commerce Work How do I Start Selling Things Online Introduction to ShopSite What is ShopSite How do I Use ShopSite How do I Create a Product Catalog How do I Take Orders How do I Accept Payments How do I Fulfil Orders How can I Get More Customers What Else can I Improve 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

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