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Order Confirmation Page For Customer Engagement

Turning visitors into customers is one of the primary goals of any e-commerce site, but what happens after a customer has successfully placed an order? This person has just filled out numerous form fields and spent their hard-earned money on your site – what a shame it would be to waste this great opportunity for customer engagement by simply re-displaying the order information on the order confirmation page.

This post will present several ideas to get more out of your order confirmation page (the “Thank you” page).

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I received a bounced message for an email that I did not send, or I received a complaint from someone saying I sent a virus, but I didn’t send the email

Email messages can be forged. An email sender can simply change the “From:” field in their email program, or in more advanced cases, forge addresses through the SMTP protocol, inserting any email address in the “MAIL FROM:” section of the message.

Spammers often harvest email addresses by spidering web sites or forums, or through viruses which can harvest an infected computer’s contact lists. They use these harvested address in the “From” and “Reply-to” fields of their outgoing messages to avoid dealing with the complaints generated by the spam.

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How To Preview/Test Website Before DNS Updates

To test your website with your own domain name before DNS propagation has completed, you can use your local computer’s ‘hosts’ file.

Your computer will use the entries in your ‘hosts’ file before it looks up the DNS information for your domain. This article contains instructions for editing the ‘hosts’ file on Windows /XP/Vista/7, and Apple’s Mac OS X.

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What is the difference between DNS Transfer and Domain Registrar Transfer?

You can sign up for any of our services using a domain name that you already own. After successful order submission, we will set up your account instantly. In order to get your domain name to function with our hosting platform, you will need to perform a DNS Transfer.

DNS Transfer: You will simply need to update your domain’s name servers to point to our DNS. You should be able to accomplish this using the web interface provided by your domain registrar. Your current domain registrar will continue to manage your domain.

Please note, that ‘DNS Transfer’ is different than a ‘Domain Registrar Transfer’. A domain registrar transfer is when you transfer your domain from your current domain registrar to another domain registrar. For example, after a Domain Registrar Transfer, you would pay a different company for your domain renewal fees.

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PCI-DSS Compliant Hosting Requirements

The PCI Data Security Standard represents a common set of industry tools and measurements to help ensure the safe handling of sensitive information. Initially created by aligning Visa’s Account Information Security (AIS)/Cardholder Information Security (CISP) programs with MasterCard’s Site Data Protection (SDP) program, the standard provides an actionable framework for developing a robust account data security process – including preventing, detecting and reacting to security incidents.

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winmerge

http://winmerge.org/

WinMerge is an Open Source visual text file differencing and merging tool for Win32 platforms. It is highly useful for determining what has changed between project versions, and then merging changes between versions.

WinMerge Download : http://winmerge.org/