Thursday, November 10, 2011

Zen Cart - Shopping Cart Management

  • Zen Cart is an Open Source online store management system. It is PHP-based, using a MySQL database and HTML components. Support is provided for several languages and currencies, and it is freely available under the GNU General Public License.
  • Zen Cart branched from osCommerce as a separate project. The major differences between the two systems come from Zen Cart's architectural changes and additional included features in the core.
  • Zen Cart's default installation provides everything needed to maintain a shopping cart web site. Products, pricing, shipping, newsletters, sales etc. are managed by the store owner through the administration area.
  • The shopping cart is set up to receive payments from major credit cards and several payment gateway services are also provided.
  • Some of the key features of Zen Cart are,
  1. Zen Cart provides multiple language support to the customers.
  2.  Allows customers to shop your store 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  3. Updating the product or catalog is very easy, no HTML coding required for adding, deleting, or modifying products.
  4. It is very safe and secure, no one but your administrative personnel can access your customer/catalog data.
  5. Easy to install, helpful installation program guides you easily help you through the setup process.
  6. It has unlimited category depth which allows you to have as many product categories.
  7. PhpBB integration through external module.
  8. User frontend is validated to XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
  9. It also provides you with multiple shipping options and multiple payments options along with a newsletter manager.
  • Zen Cart is easily customizable to whatever your needs, depending on the skills and resources you have available. Only minimal skills are required to get started.
  • Advanced customizations may require stronger knowledge of CSS, HTML, and maybe PHP or maybe even MySQL, depending on your unique requirements.
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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

Search Engine Marketing, (SEM), is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs) through the use of paid placement, contextual advertising, and paid inclusion. Depending on the context, SEM can be an umbrella term for various means of marketing a website including SEO, or it may contrast with SEO, focusing on just paid components.

Major SEM Tools
There are four categories of tools to help you optimize websites.
1. Keyword research and analysis: (a) Make sure the site can be indexed in the search engines; (b) find the most relevant and popular key terms and phrases for the site and its products; and (c) use those key phrases on the site in a way that will generate and convert traffic.
2. Website saturation and popularity: show how much presence a website has on search engines through the number of pages of the site that are indexed on each search engine (saturation) and how many times the site is linked to by other sites (popularity). It requires your pages containing those keywords people are looking for and ensure that they rank high enough in search engine rankings. The followings are major tools measuring various aspects of saturation and link popularity: Link Popularity, Top 10 Google Analysis, and Marketleap's Link Popularity and Search Engine Saturation.
3. Back end tools (including Web analytic tools and HTML validators): Web analytic tools can help you to understand what is happening to your website and measure your website's success. They range from simple traffic counters to tools that work with log files and to more sophisticated tools that are based on page tagging. These tools can deliver conversion-related information. Validators check the invisible parts of websites, highlighting potential problems and many usability issues ensure your website meets W3C code standards. Try to use more than one HTML validator or spider simulator because each tests, highlights, and reports on slightly different aspects of your website.
4. Who Is tools: show you who owns and operates various webites, can provide valuable information relating to copyright and trademark issues. Useful tools include Who Is Source, ARIN. Read a competitor's source code to look for hidden clues, Use Web analytics tools to find out more about your customers, Use the source code and Who Is tools to research legal issues.
For more details about Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and E-Commerce Consulting  please feel free to contact Prevaj Consultants at or call +91-8144760745.

Key Features of WordPress

WordPress is a powerful personal publishing platform, and it comes with a great set of features designed to make your experience as a publisher on the Internet as easy, pleasant and appealing as possible.
  • Full standards compliance — We have gone to great lengths to make sure every bit of WordPress generated code is in full compliance with the standards of theW3C. This is important not only for interoperability with today’s browser but also for forward compatibility with the tools of the next generation. Your web site is a beautiful thing, and you should demand nothing less.
  • No rebuilding — Changes you make to your templates or entries are reflected immediately on your site, with no need for regenerating static pages.
  • WordPress Pages — Pages allow you to manage non-blog content easily, so for example you could have a static "About" page that you manage through WordPress. For an idea of how powerful this is, the entire site could be run off WordPress alone.
  • WordPress Links -- Links allow you to create, maintain, and update any number of blogrolls through your administration interface. This is much faster than calling an external blogroll manager.
  • WordPress Themes — WordPress comes with a full theme system which makes designing everything from the simplest blog to the most complicated webzine a piece of cake, and you can even have multiple themes with totally different looks that you switch with a single click. Have a new design every day.
  • Cross-blog communication tools— WordPress fully supports both the Trackback and Pingback standards, and we are committed to supporting future standards as they develop.
  • Comments — Visitors to your site can leave comments on individual entries and through Trackback or Pingback can comment on their own site. You can enable or disable comments on a per-post basis.
  • Spam protection — Out of the box WordPress comes with very robust tools such as an integrated blacklist and open proxy checker to manage and eliminate comment spam on your blog, and there is also a rich array of plugins that can take this functionality a step further.
  • Full user registration — WordPress has a built-in user registration system that (if you choose) can allow people to register and maintain profiles and leave authenticated comments on your blog. You can optionally close comments for non-registered users. There are also plugins that hide posts from lower level users.
  • Password Protected Posts — You can give passwords to individual posts to hide them from the public. You can also have private posts which are viewable only by their author.
  • Easy installation and upgrades — Installing WordPress and upgrading from previous versions and other software is a piece of cake. Try it and you'll wonder why all web software isn't this easy.
  • Easy Importing — We currently have importers for Movable Type, Textpattern, Greymatter, Blogger, and b2. Work on importers for Nucleus and pMachine are under way.
  • XML-RPC interface — WordPress currently supports an extended version of the Blogger API, MetaWeblog API, and finally the MovableType API. You can even use clients designed for other platforms like Zempt.
  • Workflow — You can have types of users that can only post drafts, not publish to the front page.
  • Typographical niceties — WordPress uses the Texturize engine to intelligently convert plain ASCII into typographically correct XHTML entities. This includes quotes, apostrophes, ellipses, em and en dashes, multiplication symbols, and ampersands.
  • Intelligent text formatting — If you've dealt with systems that convert new lines to line breaks before you know why they have a bad name: if you have any sort of HTML they butcher it by putting tags after every new line indiscriminately, breaking your formatting and validation. Our function for this intelligently avoids places where you already have breaks and block-level HTML tags, so you can leave it on without worrying about it breaking your code.
  • Multiple authors — WordPress’ highly advanced user system allows up to 10 levels of users, with different levels having different (and configurable) privileges with regard to publishing, editing, options, and other users.
  • Bookmarklets — Cross-browser bookmarklets make it easy to publish to your blog or add links to your blogroll with a minimum of effort.
  • Ping away — WordPress supports pinging Ping-O-Matic, which means maximum exposure for your blog to search engines.
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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Latest Trends in E-Commerce

  1. Multichannel presences: There’s a growth of multichannel retailers as traditional high street brands expand their presences online.
  2. The rise of mobile-commerce: Following the increased usage of smartphones, major retailers are launching mobile sites and smartphone applications to encourage their customers to make purchases using their smartphones.
  3. The use of online payment services: There’ll be an increase in the usage of online payment services such as PayPal and Google Checkout as people want to make faster, easier, and more secure purchases over the Internet.
  4. Engaging customers online: Businesses are putting more effort into the design of their websites to ensure they provide their customers with an engaging online experience.
  5. The social element: Social networking options continue to expand onto ecommerce sites where site visitors can share their opinions about products on Facebook and Twitter.
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Tips for E-Commerce Websites

1. Think like a consumer, and put your products in more than one category. People purchase more and they experience greater overall satisfaction with the Web site. Consider up sell and cross sell opportunities by offering products that make logical sense together.

2. Keep it simple. Successful E-Commerce sites simplify the checkout process and display clear pricing and shipping information. They also post clear return policies and access to customer service. Putting your brick and mortar store's phone number in a visible place on your Web site is a good idea.

3. Picture really is worth a thousand words, so use photos of your products and go easy on the text. Online usability studies suggest that people do not read; they scan. It's 25% harder to read on the Web, so keep these guidelines in mind for optimum readability: Headlines should be 8 words or less, shoot for 9-12 words on a line (people don't want to read across the entire screen), keep sentences short (15-20 words) and try to keep summaries under 30 words and hold paragraphs to 40-70 words. In this way you can maintain compelling product descriptions alongside your product offerings. 

4. Market your site once it's live. It's not enough to just build a Web site. You need to make an effort to market and promote your Web site to new and existing customers. Collect email addresses on your site to help you keep in touch with customers and consider creating a newsletter. Seek links from other sites that complement yours. Optimize your site's content for relevance and submit it to the major search engines.

5. Make payment processing easy. Online shoppers need a way to give you money online. You can accept credit card payments with either a PayPal account or an online merchant account.

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Reasons to Use Drupal

  1.  Advanced URL Control — Unlike WordPress, Drupal gives you precise control over URL structure. Each item of content in Drupal (called a node) can be given a custom URL (called a URL alias). In WordPress you are generally limited to one type of permalink The Global Redirect Module will automatically 301 redirect the internal Drupal URL to the custom URL alias. Unlike many other content management systems, Drupal's content pages have nice clean URLs.
  2. Custom Content Types and Views — You can use the Content Construction Kit (CCK) and Views Modules to create new content types and create advanced custom views for them without writing any code. A few examples of "content types" are "blog posts", "news stories", "forum posts", "tutorials", "classified ads", "podcasts". Most content management systems would require writing code to accomplish these tasks, but there is no programming knowledge required to do them in Drupal.
  3. Revision Control — you can configure Drupal to save a new version of your pages every time they are editing. That means that you can go back to view or revert old revisions if you want.
  4. Taxonomy — Drupal has a powerful taxonomy (category) system that allows you to organize and tag content. Each Drupal "vocabulary" (set of categories) can be limited to certain content types. You can also have hierarchical categories, with single or multiple parent categories. Drupal's advanced taxonomy features, combined with CCK and Views; allow you to easily target all of those long-tail keywords that you researched in Wordtracker.
  5. User Management — Drupal was designed for community-based Web sites and has strong user role and access control functionality. You can create as many custom user roles with custom access levels as you need. For example you could create the following roles, each with different levels of access to your features: "anonymous visitor", "authenticated user", "moderator", "editor", "webmaster", "admin". You can keep the advanced user management features (like multiple blogs) turned off if you don't want them, enabling them later if your site grows to a point where you would like to add more community features.
  6. Page Titles and Meta Tags — Drupal's Page Title Module gives you custom control of your HTML <title> elements, while the Meta Tags Module gives you control over your pages' individual Meta description tags. This is difficult in some content management systems, but it's easy with Drupal.
  7. Excellent Documentation — Documentation includes the official handbooks, the massive API Reference, numerous tutorials, blogs, videos, and podcasts, and the excellent new book Pro Drupal Development.
  8. PHP Template — Drupal uses the PHP Template theme engine by default. Theming in Drupal is easier than theming in WordPress and doesn't necessarily require any PHP knowledge.
  9. Drupal Cookbooks — if you want a feature that is not built into Drupal by default, chances are that someone has already written a code snippet for it and posted it in the code snippets section of
  10. Large and Friendly Community — The Drupal forum is highly active and are a great place to get your Drupal questions answered.
There are other open-source alternatives to Drupal, but here are a few reasons that Drupal is better:

  • Joomla - It's not as search engine friendly out of the box as Drupal.
  • Plone - It''s powerful, but Plone is written in Python and has certain server requirements. It is not as easy to extend as Drupal, and it's harder to find people who know Python than who know PHP.
  •  WordPress - WordPress is excellent, but if you need something more heavy-duty or are building a site that you might want to extend in the future you should be considering Drupal.
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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Significance of Visual Appeal in E-commerce Websites

  • Looks first, everything else next: The visual component strikes the visitor first. Several factors such as the product quality, reputation, price and many others make the actual purchase happen; but it is the visual aspect that first grabs the visitor and makes her stay on the E-commerce website.
  • First impression, the lasting impression: The way presenting a product in ecommerce website is makes the first and lasting impact. If a product is placed or presented clumsily, it loses its visual appeal. Once this happens, the visitor is not likely to go further in the site. It is only when the product is presented aesthetically well that the visitor takes the next steps.
  •  Elements that take priority: An item is placed on an ecommerce website acts as the first attraction. When this is done neatly and in an appealing fashion, the visitor is sure to take the next steps of finding more about the product. When the images are big, neat and clear, the visitor is likely to be more pleased than when they are muddled and disorderly.
  •  Limited is better: The product description or any other is best to keep links sparse and well spread out. A page with text that has a link in every line is a sure put off. Similarly, having links for the sake of it is another distraction. The links have to be put in both the right place and about the right topic. Think from the user's perspective. Visual design can go a long way in enhancing the look of the site, which in turn can be an important first step to generating online business.
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Taking Your Ecommerce Website to the Top

To maximize the potential of your E-Commerce website, you need to apply the same principles.
  • Drawing in your E-commerce website crowds: Before you cram it full of goodies, flashy graphics and bot-grabbing keywords, think about what your human visitors want from any shop window. The purchase-hungry visitor wants an E-commerce website that's easy to navigate, offers a quick-click buying process and, essentially, is secure. It's all too easy to spend a fortune constructing a virtual shop window that would win an award for design concept, but if your products get lost in the drapes and tassels, it's a wasted opportunity.
  • One size fits all E-commerce website construction: If you want to create an E-commerce website on a budget, then there are plenty of programs available to download for free. You may be able to create a shopping cart and post up some clickable links that will take your customers to the right department quite easily. One size fits all E-commerce website building is a great starting point.
  • Making your website profitable: To make your website work harder, bring in more customers and convert clicks into cash you need to know how to position it to grab the casual browser's interest. You will also need to remember that a simple site may work well for a while, but you may find that your business quickly outgrows your website's capacity. The more exposure your site has, the greater the chances that you will see a rapid return on your initial investment. By creating a site that has the capacity to grow with your business, your shop front on the world will give your customers exactly what they want as well as giving you what you want - a profitable online business.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Importance of Joomla

  • Joomla has become one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in recent times. The CMS offers better platform to develop corporate applications and web portals.
  • Joomla CMS is so easy to use. You can easily add or modify new pages and images using the Joomla content management system.
  • You can also do the text formatting using the editor support of this CMS.
  • Joomla supports several languages. This gives your visitors the facility to switch to any other language they wish. This is one of the best features of Joomla which make your user-friendly.
  • If you want a group of people to work on the same site, Joomla is a good choice for you.
  • The CMS allows different authors of the website to easily upload their content rather than waiting for designers or developers.
  • You can easily allow multiple author authentications in a Joomla website. This means that many people can log on the website together with their specific permissions.
  • The same feature in another website need lots of programming work by the developer. However, a Joomla site doesn't require all such development efforts.
  • Joomla provides a great template support. You may select any of the templates available based on your website theme.
  • You can also change the template in future in order to modify you website with the changing requirements.
  • Joomla content management system will provide the similar look to all the web pages and all new pages created in the website will automatically adopt the current template design.
  • The best thing about Joomla CMS is use of extensions. These extensions provide extra functionality to a website. 
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Benefits of E-Commerce Shopping Cart

  • E-commerce has increased quality and popularity over a long time as more and more people finding the essentials to sale their merchandises online to increase their sales.
  • Numerous tools and plan of action are required in order to make it a happening, one of these tools is the ecommerce shopping cart software.
  • There are two primary kinds of software. One is related to body functions. Web directors can add, alter or remove any merchandise or service from the database you have in your website.
  • Another one is for clients. It helps them with their purchases. In general, ecommerce web sites have their own shopping cart and it is always licensed. On the other hand, ecommerce proprietors can use them by paying a portion of their sale.
  • The ecommerce shopping cart software is intelligibly cataloged within the business oriented system as a crucial program connecting online purchasers and online selling mechanism.
  • Having shopping cart software that is simple to understand and use is primary. There are many software results on the marketplace. Selecting the high-grade, however, is something that will take a bit of search.
  • E-commerce shopping cart software is used to modify you to sale your commodities to your target market world-wide with ease and simplicity of use that will surely satisfy your buyers and yourself as well.
  • The top-grade online shopping cart software used should give the user a comfortable shopping experience and not a programming exercise.
  • In addition, if you already have an ecommerce system, this software can help you make the process of editing and changing items or prices casual and less complex.
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Best Open Source CMS for Blogging

  • Typo 3: It offers amazing features for content management. It is supported by PHP and supports most operating systems. Some of its features include an internal search engine, editing on page etc.
  • Frog CMS: Frog CMS is known for its simplicity and speed. It‘s features include on page editing, templating code. It is extendable and includes an API and you can also add images and pages to the data. This is also supported by PHP and has RDMS like MySQL or SQLite.
  • Symphony: Symphony is an Open source CMS and it is standard driven, simple and modular. It has discrete components which can configure fully to suit your needs. It is supported by XHTML, CSS, and XML etc.
  • Textpattern: Textpattern is a very elegant and user –friendly CMS. It is supported by CSS and XHTML and has hundreds of plug-ins that are ready to be used. The admin interface is efficient, minimalist and clearly labeled .It also has a lot security features like anti-spamming system .It is also very easy to manages it has a variety of features like up to date visitor logs ,unlimited categories of images ,files etc.
  • Wordpress: Wordpress focuses on speed, simplicity and great user experience. Wordpress is designed to give the user absolute control of the webblog. Wordpress has control tolls, which enable to restrict the amount of changes that a visitor can make while visiting your blog.
  • DotCMS: DotCMS is one such software which covers a wide variety of needs. It offers site-wide templating, inline content editing, MP3 player streaming, content versioning etc. It uses Java technology and supports OS like Windows and UNIX.
  • Umbraco: Umbraco is open source software which is one of the top contenders for the best CMS software. This software focuses on and has achieved high standards in accordance with CSS and XHTML. It has a very short setup time – a mere 10 minutes. Its main features include a compact template engine, scheduled publishing and support for most net languages and Ajax frameworks. Its RDMS is MS SQL.
  • Habari: This free software is made after a thorough understanding of the blogging system. This software does not allow content spams or digg overloads to affect its functionality. It strongly favors standard, open and documented protocols. It is not a plug-in, but instead a core feature. It is supported by the PHP language and therefore enables the use of PDO which in turn enables proper statements for the interactions with the database. Its vulnerability to SQL injects attacks has been greatly reduced due to this
  • ocPortal: ocPortal is a very user-friendly CMS which offers a wide range of features .It major plus points are that its highly customizable , easy to use for admin and its out-of the box usability. Its features include sophisticated tools like Theme Wizard, integration with many forums for increased efficiency, functionality is very high for all content, which includes articles, images etc. It does not hide any features from the users and is OSI-approved Open Source license.
  • CMS Made Simple: CMS Made Simple is an open source (GPL) package, built using PHP that provides website developers with a simple, easy to use utility to allow building small-ish (dozens to hundreds of pages), semi-static websites. CMS Made Simple provides a mechanism for the website administrator to create and manage “pages”, their layout, and their content. CMS Made simple is unobtrusive. You can create a table based layout, or a fully validating XHTML/CSS layout.
  • Squarespace: Squarespace is specially designed for the creation of blogs .It has simple yet state of the art tools to help you set up and manage your website .Its blogging features are very diverse and they include spell checks, RSS , ATOM, XML-RCC pinging ,member registration, content management ,multiple authors, timed publishing dates and many more interesting features. A notable feature is that it has an internal search engine which helps you during the customization process of your website.
  • Movable Type: Movable type is an open source project aims at producing an open source version of the MTPP (movable type publishing platform) which is destined to become the core of all other movable products. It helps you understand your blog better through features like improved user interface, integrated asset manager for reusing , uploading and finding files like video and audio, gives you details about you blog performance and improves the aesthetic look of your blogs. It improves publishing through a WYSIWYG editor, cross blog aggregation, advanced blog template languages, paginated archives and many more features.
  • XOOPS: XOOPS is the short form for extensible Object Oriented Portal System .It serves as a web framework which can be used by large, medium and small sites. Depending on whether the site is small or large you can install XOOPS in different manners to include different modules like News, forum etc. The notable features of XOOPS are mainly that it is fully modularized, database driven, personalization, World wide support, theme based skinnable interface and versatile group permissions system
  • Radiant: Radiant is one such CMS which is targeted at the small sites. It has a simple user interface which is elegant and centers around layouts, snippets and pages. It has a very flexible sit structure allowing you to arrange the pages in any order .In addition, Radiant has its own macro language called radius template language thereby making it simple to add content from other pages . It also has custom text filters and intelligent page caching. One more notable feature is that it is built on ruby on rails making it easy for the web developers to extend this software for other purposes.

For more details about Open Source CMS and Blogging Websites please feel free to contact Prevaj Consultants at or call +91-8144760745.

Key Features of Magento

Magento is the technology behind numerous e-commerce websites. It is a professional open-source platform that offers control over the look, content and functionality of the online shop. Magento enables online businesses to operate several online stores through a single administration dashboard.

Magento Key Features:

  • Analytics and Reporting - the script is integrated with Google Analytics and offers many different reports.
  • Product Browsing - multiple images for products, options for extensive reviews, wishlists and much more.
  • Catalog Browsing - easy navigation, advanced product filtering system, product comparison.
  • Catalog Management inventory management, batch import and export of products, different tax rates per location, additional product attributes.
  • Customer Accounts - order status and history, e-mail and RSS feeds for products in the wishlist, newsletter subscription, default billing and shipping address.
  • Customer Service - enhanced features for customers' accounts, Contact Us form, comprehensive order tracking and history, customizable order e-mails.
  • Order Management - create orders through admin area, create multiple invoices shipments and credit memos, call center order creation option.
  • Payment - different payment methods: credit cards, PayPal,, Google Checkout, checks, money orders, support of external payment modules like Cybersource, ePay, eWAY and many more.
  • Shipping - shipping to multiple addresses, flat rating shipping, supports UPS, UPS XML (account rates), FedEx (account rates), USPS and DHL.
  • Checkout - one page checkout, SSL support, checkout without having an account.
  • Search Engine Optimization - 100% Search Engine Friendly, Google SiteMap support.
  • International Support - multiple languages and currencies, list of allowed countries for registration, purchasing and shipping, localization.
  • Marketing Promotions and Tools - coupons, discounts and different promotion options.
  • Site Management - control of multiple web sites, multiple languages, tax rate with support for US and International markets, customizable outlook through templates.
For more details about E-Commerce Consulting and Open Source Content Management System  please feel free to contact Prevaj Consultants at or call +91-8144760745.

    Monday, October 17, 2011

    Top 5 Most Used E-Commerce Solutions

    OsCOMMERCE: It can be used on any web server that has PHP and MySQL installed. OsCommerce allows the user to set prices in different currencies and accept all popular payment methods: PayPal, checks, credit cards, etc.
    Most popular features:
    • Unlimited products and categories support;
    • Multicurrency support;
    • Shippable and downloadable products support;
    • Multiple payment options.
    MAGENTO: Magento is the technology behind numerous e-commerce websites. It is a professional open-source platform that offers control over the look, content and functionality of the online shop. Magento enables online businesses to operate several online stores through a single administration dashboard.
    Most popular features:
    • Intuitive administration interface;
    • Advanced analytics and reporting;
    • Marketing promotions tools;
    • Catalog and product browsing;
    • Multiple language support.

    ZEN CART: Zen Cart is an open source and user-friendly shopping cart. It was branched from osCommerce and includes additional features and architectural enhancements. One of the key features is the gift certificate module which allows one to create, send and manage digital coupons.
    Most popular features:
    • Multiple sales and discount options;
    • Multiple display modes;
    • Newsletter manager;
    • Quantity discounts.
    VIRUTEMART: It is an open source e-commerce solution designed as an extension of Joomla CMS. It is written in PHP and requires MySQL database environment for storage. It is best suited for low to medium level traffic web-sites.
    Most popular features:
    • unlimited number of products and categories;
    • powerful web-administration interface;
    • quick search for products, categories and manufacturers;
    • filter by features or discounted products;
    • Product ratings and testimonials.

    UBERCART: Ubercart is the e-commerce platform developed for Drupal, the leading open source content management system. Ubercart integrates PayPal Website Payments Standard, Website Payments Pro, and Express Checkout.
    Most popular features:
    • Configurable product catalog;
    • Multiple product image support;
    • Product stock level tracking and notification;
    • Sales, product, and customer reports.
    For more details about E-Commerce Consulting, Website development and maintenance please feel free to contact Prevaj Consultants at or call +91-8144760745.