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    Hello @Kilobyte, Thanks for the sharing Magento Extensions for eCommerce It would be helpful for me.
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    @matthewjohn938 Thanks for the answer
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    Sohani30

    What Do You Use For Email?

    Gmail is one of the best emails of professional purpose.
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    Well it's a must for sure, but most frameworks/libraries do this out of the box now. I wouldn't build anything that is not responsive or includes some type of mobile/tablet views.
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    Sohani30

    What Registrar Do You Use?

    Godaddy is the king of Domain.
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    John Aeliya

    SEO Online Marketing

    I’ve collected a big sampling of the best free SEO tools on the market—tools with a wide variety of uses and covering a number of common needs. These tools are fast, free, and easy-to-use. I hope you find one or two (or twenty) you can put to good use, today. 1. Google Page Speed Insights 2. Moz Local Listing Score 3. Keywordtool.io 4. Google Analytics 5. Google Search Console + Bing Webmaster Tools 6. Ahrefs’ Back link Checker 7. Moz Link Explorer 8. Google Keyword Planner 9. Google.com in an Incognito Window 10. Google Trends 11. Ahrefs SEO toolbar 12. SEO Web Page Analyzer 13. SERP Simulator 14. Schema Creator 15. Similar Web 16. SERP Robot 17. XML Sitemaps 18. Browseo 19. SEO Site Checkup 20. Yoast SEO 21. Link Miner 22. Google Business Review Link Generator 23. Copy scape 24. Robots.txt Generator 25. Structured Data Testing Tool
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    Thanks for your valuable answer. It would be helpful to me.
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    matthewjohn938

    SEO Online Marketing

    You can easily check online about SEO Tools - https://buffer.com/library/free-seo-tools
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    matthewjohn938

    favorite php frameworks

    I think Laravel is the most popular free, open-source PHP framework.
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    Learning HTML5/CSS3 is learning HTML/CSS. They're just the newest versions of the languages. If you learn one version of HTML or CSS, it's fairly trivial to write in another version.
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    I would recommend you to visit W3school from there you will find the code for this,because few days back I also had a same problem and W3school came to the rescue. Thanks
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    enim

    How did you learn to develop databases?

    I'm probably different then most. I worked for a company with a dedicated analytics team who...wasn't always as quick to do adhoc reports or fix problems as I wanted. So, I threw MySQL on a virtual ubuntu machine, read w3schools...and now I'm finishing the study guide for my certification. In about 5 months, I've gone from nothing to pretty crafty. Helps a lot that its a lot like speaking.
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    Nathan

    Posting In The Introductions Forum

    Hello, and welcome to the Prodjex Forums. We encourage new members to take a moment to tell us a little bit about themselves--who they are, where they're from, and why they chose to join our community. If you are going to start an introduction thread, please make it worthwhile for others to read. New threads that fail to provide any meaningful information (eg. "Hi, I'm new!", "Hello from Disneyland", "Hey, say hi to me.") will just be deleted. Enjoy your time here on the Prodjex Forums. Please read the FAQs and Rules, familiarize yourself with the stickies in the different forums, and take the time to read what you write before you post it.
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