I believe "recommended" (as in "recommended products") would be a suitable short term for this section/feature. The tool for creating such a feature would seem to be a "recommendation engine" (or "recommendation system").
If you have access to create a database, full access to database structure, FTP access into the server to mitigate files, permissions support (or other utils)...then Yes.
But I would assume the answer is "NO". I suggest just going for traditional hosting. There isnt really an advantage to using these cheesy web builders nowadays....the Open Source ...
I believe the term as it relates to selling products is called "Cross Selling" as opposed to the technology that allows for suggested similar results of a search which is known as "Incremental Search".
You can pass the variable in your YouTube Link this way:
Don't forget the mute=1 argument for the 2018 Autoplay Policy Changes as described on this answer.
You presumably want these directives to apply to the WordPress installation in the subdirectory as well - but it is currently not doing anything for WordPress I assume?
This is expected behaviour if you have enabled WordPress "pretty" permalinks. Because the mod_rewrite directives in the WordPress .htaccess file (in the subdirectory) will completely ...
If I add that after the existing redirect, it appears to not have any effect.
Yes, that is correct. mod_rewrite directives execute top-down (in any given context). The existing directives implement a front-controller type pattern and consequently rewrite most requests to index.php. If the request is rewritten then any directives that follow (ie. your ...
Just to add to Yhorian's answer... it's relatively trivial to implement such a redirect. For example, if using Apache's mod_rewrite in .htaccess then it's essentially a one-liner. Something like:
RewriteRule ^([\w-]+)-p/(.*) /$1/$2 [R=301,L]
This specifically works on a URL of the form /Some-Category-p/Product-Name.htm. The regex might ...
Take each of the URLs and add them as 301 (permanent) redirects to the new URLs.
So accessing Some-Category-p/Product-Name.htm redirects to /Some-Category/Product-Name.htm with a 301 code.
There's 3 reasons for this:
Maintains parity with links.
Google will eventually rewrite with the new URL but while it doesn't, the old one will still work.
It should be ...
It's very simple consider if you have a user account in any website means your details are stored in that particular website server/host. Each and every time you access your account details by entering some details as username and password. This was a front end purpose only. On the backend, the process was different while you sign up on that website to make ...
Upsell widget is the term for features like "viewed together" where you encourage a customer to buy a better and more expensive product.
Cross sell widget is used for feauters like "ppl who bought this also bought that") where you invite a cusomer to buy related products.
I have always seen That Google doesn't make differences between .com and .foobar, but users make the difference. All end users know .com TLD and are familiar with it, but not everyone know that something ending with .rs could be a website.
The fact that you see an increment in your website ranking probably relates to the new software, and may be people visit ...
i just found why i was not getting it. click on wamp icon and go to phpmyadmin and click on database where u can see a database called mysql.
So add database name as : mysql and username :root , password: leave as blank , admin and password : anything u wish.
Maybe this is very simple .Posting it for starters who are stuck here.