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  • ShopSite Setup Wizard - Publish
    you make changes to pages or products in your store you will need to re publish your store before the changes will be visible Whenever ShopSite detects changes that will require you to re publish some of your content the Publish tab will pop up on the right side of the navigation bar at the top of your back office screens If you click on the tab ShopSite will publish

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/wizard.publish.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Setup Wizard - Finishing Up
    any section of the store from it Notification Tabs The Notification Tabs will pop up to notify you of important events you need to know about and act on If they are hidden no important events need your attention The New Order tab will pop up any time you have new orders that you haven t viewed yet You can click on the tab or the Orders button in the Navigation Bar to see your orders The Publish tab will pop up any time you make changes to your store content that require you to publish the changes before they will be visible to your customers You can click on the tab to publish the changes or click the Utilities button then click on the Publish button Navigation Buttons These buttons are always visible and allow you to navigate between sections of your store You can click on any of these buttons from anywhere in your store to be taken directly to that section Pages The Pages button will take you to the list of store pages from which you can add edit or delete store pages Products The Products button will take you to the list of products in your store where you can add edit or remove items from your inventory Images The Images button will take you to the Image Manager where you can upload resize and configure images for use throughout your store Orders The Orders button will take you to the list of orders where you can view and print orders and packing slips Reports The Reports button will take you to the reports screen where you can view statistics about traffic and purchases on your site Commerce Setup The Commerce Setup button will take you to a screen where you can configure your various

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/wizard.next.steps.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite Setup Wizard - Button Design and Color Scheme
    your order buttons and shopping cart Look through the table of available buttons for a button style you want to use For each button style there are usually several different color schemes to pick from Click the radio button below the button style you want A preview of the buttons and shopping cart layout will be displayed in the pane to the left of the window Use the pull down menu to select a color scheme for the buttons The preview pane will update to display the selected color scheme Scroll to the bottom of the window in the pane on the right and click Next to use the selected buttons and shopping cart layout for your store Note Some buttons may be designed to be on a specific background color and may not look as good when displayed on an incompatible background color Uploading Your Own Images If you already have Add to Cart and View Cart images that match your store pages and you want to use those images follow the steps below to upload and use your custom images You can also look through our collection of Custom Buttons which you are welcome to use ShopSite does not place any restrictions on the images to use for your buttons You should however make sure the images you re using clearly indicate their function and are a reasonable size Find the images you want to use Make sure they are saved somewhere on your computer in a location you will be able to remember Enter the path and filename on your local computer of the Add to Cart button you wish to use or click Browse to locate the file on your computer Click Upload an Image to upload the specified image to your server Enter the path

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/wizard.buttons.html (2016-01-08)
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  • This is a dummy page
    Name Home Contact Us About Us Best Sellers New Products View Cart Dummy text goes here This is where the ShopSite information will go when you are done Copyright ShopSite

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/templates/cookbook/dummypage.shtml (2016-01-08)
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  • Payment Setup
    Global Gateway e4 Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using First Data Global Gateway e4 Gateway Emulator Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using a Gateway Emulator that emulates the Authorize Net gateway Lynk Systems Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using RBSLynk NetBanx Check this box then click Configure to accept payments using the NetBanx payment service NetBanx is a UK based payment service which requires you to set up a NetBanx merchant account Customers who select to pay using NetBanx will be taken to the NetBanx website where they can enter their payment information Optimal Payments Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using Optimal Payments Paypal Payflow Link Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using PayPal s Payflow Link Paymentech Orbital Gateway Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using Paymentech Orbital Gateway PayPal Payflow Pro version 4 Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using PayPal Payflow Pro PayPal Payments Advanced Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using PayPal Payments Advanced PayPal Payments Pro Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using PayPal Payments Pro Plug nPay Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using Plug nPay PSiGate Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using PSiGate RX Payments Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using RX Payments Sage Pay formerly Protx Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using Protx Transaction Express Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using Transaction Express 1 VirtualPAY Select this option from the drop down menu then click Configure to process payments in real time using NPC VirtualPAY WorldPay Check this box then click Configure to accept payments using the WorldPay Payment Service WorldPay is an international payment service that allows customers to checkout in their own language using their local currency WorldPay works with most existing internet merchant account providers or you can set up a WorldPay merchant account Other Payment Methods You can accept other payment methods by checking the box for any of the following options Purchase Order Customers will be prompted to enter a purchase order number on the Checkout screen You must have an account that allows you

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/payment.options.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Upgrading ShopSite on Linux/UNIX Servers
    store a backup copy of your data directory in a compressed archive on your local computer Obtain the ShopSite program installation files You do not need a new auth file to upgrade your store but you will need the program files for the version of ShopSite you are upgrading to See Obtaining Installation Files in the install help for detailed instructions on obtaining the new ShopSite installation files Upload the installation files to your server This is the same procedure outlined in Upload Installation Files in the install help Your may need to copy the storeid auth file from your data directory and save it as store auth in your install CGI directory 3 Run wwwinstall cgi in your Web browser This is the same program used to install new stores and is located in your store s Install Directory Example Install URL http www mystore com cgi bin shopsite install wwwinstall cgi Select the radio button to update 4 your store and click Continue Confirm the paths ShopSite should be using for the upgrade then select whether or not ShopSite should create a backup copy of your store s data directory before performing the upgrade Click START UPDATE to continue If you chose not to have ShopSite backup your store content you will get a warning message If you have not already created a backup you should check the box to have ShopSite create a backup Click CHECK PERMISSIONS to continue ShopSite will check file permissions for the content that will be upgraded 5 If any locations do not pass the check you will need to change the permissions on that directory before continuing Your Web server needs to have read write and execute permissions to all ShopSite content in order to upgrade successfully For more information see Linux and UNIX File Permissions Explained After fixing any permissions problems click CHECK PERMISSIONS to have ShopSite test file permissions again Once all your directories pass the permissions check click CONTINUE UPDATING to complete the upgrade ShopSite will then install the upgraded content and program files After the installation completes you should log in to your ShopSite back office and confirm that the upgrade completed without errors After running the upgrade you may have patch files to install Follow the steps to install patches outlined in the installation help If you encounter any problems during the upgrade process see the Troubleshooting section of the installation help Back to Top Upgrading to a Higher Service Level ShopSite is available in different service levels with lower levels offering fewer features for a reduced cost For example ShopSite Pro offers several features to help you draw customers to your store that are not available in a less expensive ShopSite Manager store See the Feature Checklist to compare features available in different service levels of the current version of ShopSite If you originally purchased a lower service level version of ShopSite but want to start using the additional features available in a higher service level

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/11.0/en-US/install/upgrading.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite System Requirements
    your server should meet at least these minimum requirements depending on your operating system Linux Kernel 2 2 or newer with glibc 2 1 3 Apache or compatible Web server 1 SSL support is required for PCI compliance Sendmail or compatible SMTP server 1Ghz or better Intel x86 Compatible CPU 256MB RAM 145MB Hard Drive space for program files 80MB Hard Drive space for installation files 2 FreeBSD Version 4 3 or newer FreeBSD OS versions 5 x and higher require version 4 x compatibility libraries Apache or compatible Web server 1 SSL support is required for PCI compliance Sendmail or compatible SMTP server 1Ghz or better Intel x86 Compatible CPU 256MB RAM 145MB Hard Drive space for program files 80MB Hard Drive space for installation files 2 Solaris Version 2 6 for SPARC or newer 3 64 bit systems require some 32 bit libraries Apache or compatible Web server 1 SSL support is required for PCI compliance Sendmail or compatible SMTP server Sun SPARC CPU 256MB RAM 145MB Hard Drive space for program files 80MB Hard Drive space for installation files 2 Windows Server Windows Server 2003 and Server 2008 Internet Information Server IIS 6 0 or newer 1 NTFS File System Sendmail or compatible SMTP server 1 6Ghz or better Intel x86 compatible CPU 512MB RAM 80MB Hard Drive space for program files 25MB Hard Drive space for installation files 2 Whichever operating system you are hosted on it is an extremely good idea to make sure your operating system and other software is up to date Software updates frequently include security and reliability enhancements which can significantly contribute to security and stability on your Web server Contact your system administrator or hosting provider if you have questions about keeping your server up to date Back to Top

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/11.0/en-US/install/server.configuration.html (2016-01-08)
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  • PCI Security Practices
    cart and then sends it to the processor Finally merchants can manually process credit card information External payment processors take the customer off your site to the payment processor site to enter payment information Processors that use this method include PayPal Website Payments Standard PayPal Website Payments Pro Express Checkout Google Checkout and WorldPay Because ShopSite never actually sees the payment information using these payment processors makes your ShopSite store PCI compliant as long as the external processor is PCI compliant Internal payment processors accept payment information within the ShopSite shopping cart then the information is submitted to the processor This method is preferred by many merchants because it doesn t send the customer to a different site to accept payment information PCI requires that any time credit card information is gathered within the shopping cart ShopSite must be configured to use SSL To learn more about configuring SSL see the Hosting Service Configuration screen help When using one of these payment processors the payment information is immediately sent to the payment processor and there is no further need to store the payment information in ShopSite For maximum security ShopSite recommends that if you are using one of these processors select the option to not store credit card information See the Credit Card Storage screen help to learn how to configure your store not to keep credit card information If you feel it is necessary to temporarily store the credit card information follow the guidelines for manual payment processing below Manual payment processing requires the merchant to collect payment information in the shopping cart then manually bill the card using a separate payment processing method When ShopSite is configured for manual payment processing PCI requires that SSL be used for any screen where payment information is gathered or viewed See the Hosting Service Configuration screen help for instructions to configure ShopSite to use SSL By default ShopSite will store credit card information using symmetric encryption For PCI compliance you must store sensitive Credit Card information on a remote server in an internal network zone see PCI DSS requirement 1 3 and you should be using Merchant Key asymmetric encryption Only one employee should have access to the Merchant Key and billing information See the Remote Database Configuration help to learn how to configure your store to use a remote database See the Credit Card Storage help to learn how to configure your store to use Merchant Key encryption Even with a remote order database and Merchant Key encryption turned on you should not store credit card information any longer than absolutely necessary to bill the order Merchants should view or download any order on the same day it is created then delete the order from ShopSite once the order has been billed Security Logs PCI guidelines require merchants to log all access to payment information and to retain those logs for 12 months ShopSite s Intruder Detection System records every time someone views an order The current month s log

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/11.0/en-US/sc/pro/pci_security.html (2016-01-08)
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