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28 Jul

Line Item part two, IT1

Like the PO1 segment, IT1 is another line item segment used in the supply chain.  This is the line item segment found in invoices.  And since invoices make up an important part of a supply chain, I wanted to spend another article on this segment.  (IT1 is a group or loop so it is more […]

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28 Jul

Line Item Part one, PO1

When we are dealing with supply chain or e-commerce related EDI, we probably will deal with line item data.  On a Purchase Order, (PO) or 850, the line item data is contained on the PO1 segment or the PO1 group.  (PO1 is a group or loop so it is more than just a segment.)  In […]

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28 Jul

Creating Promotions with Magento Shopping Cart Price Rules

It is convenient to know what are the circumstances and situations when you want to apply this or that promotion. Setting these parameters is quite easy with Condition tab where you can indicate when exactly you want to start promotion activities. To make arrangements for promotion products in the cart you apply the Actions tab. […]

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27 Jul

Best Practice Project Plans

At some point or another, you will create a set of best practices.  These are statements or procedures that your experience has taught you that you need to do to get the best, desired outcome. Many companies have these proudly included in a wiki page or document titled “Best Practices”.  Unfortunately this is not where […]

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22 Jul

Why I think Bounce Rate and Google Ranking are not related ?

Google Analytics users might already know what is “bounce rate”.  It is somewhat different from the “exit rate” which many web-masters get confused. According to Wikipedia, this is the definition of bounce rate. Bounce rate (sometimes confused with exit rate) is an Internet marketing term used in web traffic analysis. It represents the percentage of […]

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22 Jul

What Happened to ThePirateBay.se in India? Unblock it!

Now-a-days its become difficult to get pirated software. Am I wrong? Earlier there were file sharing sites like Rapidshare, Mediafire, 4Shared, Uploaded, Depositfiles etc. using which you could download many software. Now they are being replaced by cloud sharing services like Box, iCloud, OneDrive, Google Drive etc. You could believe the website from which you […]

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22 Jul

Magento: How to modify a theme and stay sane.

“Impossible!” You may say.  “All of the good web designers I have known are certifiable.”  Well this may be true, but you don’t have to go crazy just to modify a theme.  The basic plan is that we take all the css changes and we put them in a “child” css that imports the original. […]

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22 Jul

Why To Create Good BackLinks in 2014 : SEO Basics (Proof)

200 odd signals are behind Google’s algorithm. Earlier to 2012, you can spam Google with 500+ low profile backlinks and get on Google page #1. Post-Penguin and recently the Penguin 4.0 made sure that these spammy techniques are no longer working. But before I show proof that how good backlinks can rank you well and […]

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20 Jul

More people on a problem

Is it better to have a team, or the solo, maverick developer?  It depends.  The solo developer can work unimpeded by others, but doesn’t have anyone to work with to overcome obstacles.  Teams have meetings and have to coordinate their work.  Slowing them down.  As teams grow the problem gets worse. Sometimes resource planning and […]

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18 Jul

EDI Standards Software

I have been studying some on the SEF format.  SEF stands for Standards Exchange Format.  This is a file that defines the EDI standard so that you can use a validation or standard and usage document editor to create nice, and clean specifications for you and your trading partners. I have used Foresights EDISIM, but […]

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