Ecommerce and Content
Management Solution (CMS).
The Populate administration has been designed to be simple and intuitive enabling you to spend your time more efficiently.
All you need to change any aspect of your website is a web browser connected to the internet.
Populate is a modular system allowing us to add modules to meet your requirements.
We have many modules already built from store locators, event calendars and can develop custom modules for you at very competitive prices,
Populate has been developed to utilise the content you add as effectively as possible. This places your pages as high up search results as possible giving you greater exposure to potential customers.
Populate is hosted, managed and supported meaning you have one point of contact for all of your issues.
Populate is a hosted web-based content management system designed to allow a non-technical user to administer the content of their website with little or no training.
The system was designed from day one to allow the editor to build the most search engine optimised pages possible. Search engine friendly, unique URLs, editable page titles, meta data, alt tags etc are all compulsory fields on all pages with dynamically generated sitemaps and merchant feeds. All of our templates sets are built in CSS and are validated and our sites are designed to support all the latest tracking systems.
We have a number of standard modules that can be added in at any time these include an our fully featured eCommerce section, blogs, store locators, image galleries, event calendars and many more. We also pride ourselves on being reactive to your requirements, if you have a requirement that other content management systems don't support we are confident we can present a cost-effective solution.
Populate is a hosted system which means hosting, support, disaster recovery are included in our competitively priced subscription fee.php prepared (parameterized) statements into arrays 7 Sep 2011 | Posted by: Paul Whittington | Comments: 0 After a recent security audit of one of our sites we had to do a but of recoding. One particular issue was with sql injection into form fields As a result I've written a couple of functions that extract database data into arrays from prepared or parametirised queries using the following functions mysqli_prepare mysqli_stmt_result_metadata mysqli_stmt_bind_param mysqli_stmt_e... 68% rating, 0 comments