After recently receiving an invite to a company party via Evite.com's invitation service I looked into how they manage whose attending and also came across a major security flaw which anyone can use to manipulate other peoples votes. Here is a guide on how to recreate this issue on Evite.com.
HTML5 has recently taken the spotlight in the web development world, promising new features to improve the way we experience the web. One of the main features introduced with HTML5 is client-side storage with Web Storage. This allows the developer to store session information about the user on their computer so when they return the site will be better acustomed to them, think of it as Web Cookies on steroids. Anyways enough chitchat, lets dive into some code!
Alright this is just something I figured how to do recently and I figured I would share it with other JS developers.
Ever see code like….
var component = e.target?e.target:e.srcElement;
Generally the question that comes to mind what the heck does the question mark mean? Well, belive it or not it’s a short hand If statement.
The following is a very interesting article I found over at WebDesignerDepot.com that covers the fundamentals of the psychology behind web development/design. The article itself points out many aspects of web design that developers seem to oversee when building their next project. Let me know what you guys think!
E-Commerce Website Development has made it possible to turn any small business into a high profit market with limitless possibilities, but such a power can simply go to waste without proper Search Engine Optimization. You always have to keep in mind that you may have the best looking store, but it means absolutely nothing if the location of your store isn't near any traffic. So you may ask, how can I improve the number of people that visit my E-Commerce site?
Creating custom user groups can be a pain in XCart, which is why I created this simple step by step guide so you can create your own custom user groups.
Just follow these steps and you should have everything all set and good to go.
1. We will first start off by creating 2 administration users. In this case I used "processor" and "manager"
2. Go into phpMyAdmin
3. Select xcart_memberships
4. Insert a new field and set the following parameters
XCart doesn't do much justice in helping admins edit permissions of certain group members/users, so I created a simple step by step procedure to help anyone else who was doing what I was doing. I will also be posting another blog for creating your own custom user groups so you can manage your store better and assign preset permissions to users.
Lets get started...
To edit the permissions for the fulfillment staff you need to go to the following directory: