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Common Mistakes by PHP Developers

Nowadays most of the website are based on PHP platform, the reason being PHP being easy to use, faster and more productive programming language for complex tasking and new ideas. PHP being an open source scripting language suited for WEB development and can be written in HTML. It is quite to easy to find recreate codes, a person having little bit knowledge of C language and understand HTML or JavaScript can easily begin with PHP programming. Being the most commonly used language for programming, developers make plenty of mistakes during web development. Here are few common mistakes which are seen often:

1. Choosing censured MySQL extension.

2. Restrained use of PHP Data Objects.

3. Remember to Remove Development Configurations.

4. Be authentic with your Framework.

5. Not able to Rewrite URLs.

6. Conditions Assignment.

7. Conceal Errors.

Multi Channel eCommerce

Having a multi channel eCommerce website can be very effective for your business, the basic strategy is to provide a bigger window with increased turnover through various e shops by providing more visibility and exposure. When you have your own website you have a single window to present yourself, targeting a large audience can be very tough at times, but when you integrate your eCommerce website with eBay, Amazon and other similar marketplaces you direct traffic is funneled into the business through email marketing, URL navigation etc. You can simply showcase your entire store on eBay and Amazon to 25 million people worldwide with a single frame.

At Web-Alliance we provide you with a synchronized management by which you can manage everything from one place. Keep track of all the products and products listings like which product to be visible to buyers, managing your store as well as shop orders from a single admin, manage shop categories and sub categories simultaneously. All these things when put up together saves you a lot of time and efforts and keeping you focus more on increasing sales rather than managing other aspects.