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  3. ChatGPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) is a chatbot launched by OpenAI in November 2022. It is built on top of OpenAI's GPT-3 family of large language models, and is fine-tuned with both supervised and reinforcement learning techniques. ChatGPT was launched as a prototype on November 30, 2022, and quickly garnered attention for its detailed responses and articulate answers across many domains of knowledge. Its uneven factual accuracy was identified as a significant drawback. Following the release of ChatGPT, OpenAI was reportedly valued at $29 billion. (01/2023) There have also been extensions and guides developed to facilitate the usage of ChatGPT, as well as related tools that have been recently launched that are worthy to check out: ChatGPT for Search Engines ChatGPT for Google The Art of ChatGPT Prompting: A Guide to Crafting Clear and Effective Prompts Perplexity Ask Anything Jasper Chat YouChat Taking all of this into consideration, as many of you, I’ve been playing with ChatGPT to leverage in SEO tasks. Here are some ideas of them that you can use as a reference too: Technical Optimization . Generate Structured Data for your content “Generate the FAQPage Schema markup for the following questions and answers:…” . Generate Hreflang tags for to use as patterns for your site pages “Generate the hreflang tags to feature in pages targeted to the <country> in <language>, <country> in <language> and <country> in <language>…” . Generate .htaccess rewrite rules for redirects “Generate the .htaccess rewrite rules to 301-redirect <source location> to <location destination> …” . Generate the rules for your robots.txt “Generate a robots.txt rules to block the crawl <location to block> but allow the crawling of <location to crawl> within the domain …” Link Building . Help you answer Help a B2B Writer or HARO requests “Please write a professionally sounding and short reply to the following “Help a B2B Writer” request saying that I have first hand experience and happy to provide the input needed as long as I don’t mention the site names: …” . Generate popular and relevant sites to outreach “Recommend X popular blogs about <site area> that cover “<topic>” along with their URLs” . Reword outreach emails to make them unique Let’s use one of the templates shared by Ahrefs in this guide and ask to reword it to make it unique: “Rephrase the following email while keeping its meaning, to make it sound fun but still professional: …” SEO Reporting . Generate RegEx to filter Google Search Console Performance Report Keyword Research . Generate relevant topics to target “Generate a list of X popular questions related to “<keyword>, that are relevant for new <audience>” . Classify a list of keywords based on their search intent “Classify the following keyword list in groups based on their search intent, whether commercial, transactional or informational: …” . Cluster a list of keywords based on their semantic relevance “Cluster the following keywords into groups based on their semantic relevance: ….” . Translate a list of keywords “Translate the following keywords from <Source Language> to <Output Language> and generate the results in a table with two columns, with the keywords in <Source Language> in the first one, and their translation to <Output Language> in the second:” Content Optimization . Generate titles for your page content Copy/paste your page content and ask: “Generate X unique title tags, of a maximum of 60 characters, for the following text. They should be descriptive and include the term <keyword> in them: …. “ . Generate meta descriptions for your page content The same can be done for meta descriptions, also specifying that they should be catchy and include a call to action: “Generate Z unique meta descriptions, of a maximum of 150 characters, for the following text. They should be catchy with a call to action, including the term “Main keyword” in them: ….” . Rephrase your existing content to avoid duplication Generate different versions of a text to avoid content duplication: “Rephrase the following paragraph in X different ways, to avoid repetition, while keeping its meaning: … “ . Provide facts and stats to use as an input to back your content “Generate a list of the top 10 facts, statistics and trends related to <topic>, including their source” . Generate a summary of your content “Generate an X words summary of the following content: …” Conclusion As you see, we can use ChatGPT to optimize the content and it can give a new way to improve your content, your code and your strategies.
  4. thank you for this short article, indeed there is some way to use IA in e-commerce, just we must be careful about the choice because the cost could at the end important
  5. We have started the next version of ClicShopping and some minor release has been pushed. What do we find inside this new version essentially ? Php8.2 compatibility and optimized Studio editor to edit the template and the css Cronjob manager with some tasks included API allowing to connect ClicShopping with some other tools as crm, erp across json approach .... A new marketplace Librairies will updated Double authentification The new boostrap version and some other surprises
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  6. What is a cronjob ? A cronjob is a service that allows a user to automatically execute a script at a specific time. For example, you can set a particular PHP script to be automatically executed everyday at midnight. How to find the cronjob command ? Go to your website admin / tools / Cronjob To run all the cron just add in your Cpanel this line : wget http://mywebsite.com/index.php?cronjob&runall --read-timeout=5400 Setup in cPanel : Set up cron jobs through cPanel using this procedure: Log on to your cPanel Interface. Go to 'Advanced' section. Click on "Cron Jobs". Select the specific time from the lists provided. You should enter the command to run in the "Command" field. You should make sure to enter the proper command and the full path to the file.
  7. ccording to a research by Accenture, AI could potentially boost profitability rates by an average of 38% across 16 industries by 2035. AI will particularly benefit the retail sector because of its immediate impact on two fundamental areas that have a serious impact in retail ecommerce; creating a very personalised shopping experience and making smart business decisions. Artificial intelligence in ecommerce is also helping ecommerce platforms to cater the needs and interest of the users. 1. AI-Assisted Product Recommendations Retailers are able to use Big Data (the collection and compilation of data from different channels, previous transactions and other activities) to determine the trends in the shopping habits. This analysis could be used for personalized product recommendation. 2. Advanced Semantic-Based Search When we talk about personalization in the context of ecommerce and customer support, right now there is nothing better than intelligent customer engagement at every point of contact. One of the most important aspects of personalization is the ‘search result’. With advanced semantic-based site search, customers are able to easily navigate the store and find the relevant products without wading through a lot of unnecessary results 3. Chatbots Chatbots might just be the ultimate solution for the customer support woes. The good news is that modern chatbots are able to interact with customer databases and extract details of a customer and respond in the most appropriate and personalized way in real-time. Chatbot provides a comfortable customer experience that keeps visitors from leaving the website without making a purchase. 4. Virtual Assistants Other application of artificial intelligence in ecommerce is through virtual assistants. Virtual Assistants contribute a lot in creating an efficient sales process. These assistants communicate with customers to understand their preferences and provide them with an intuitive shopping experience. 5. Efficient Company-Wide Decision Making Pricing and Inventory Management Pricing products is no more a guess work. AI can use complex learning algorithms that assess market dynamics and all the other relevant factors of market competition. Optimal pricing of the merchandise helps a business stay relevant and ultimately succeed in a competitive environment. Business Analysis Putting all the data to use, you can also determine the kinds of products and business actions that have decreased efficiency, increased conversions, and if anything needs readjustments. These comparisons pertain to market share, pricing patterns and overall progress of a business. 6. Cybersecurity Enhancement Ecommerce websites have a ton of customer data that will be vulnerable if there aren’t any proper cybersecurity measures in place. Detection of New Threats Unlike traditional software, AI software tend to get smarter with time as new types of malware and threats emerge. Therefore, they will be able to quickly detect malware or ransomware attacks on your website before they’re able to cause any serious problems. Blocking Out Bots Bots form a large amount of the internet traffic today, and they can prove to be dangerous. Bots can steal credentials, create fake accounts and cause data fraud. 7. Sales Forecasting Sales forecasting and inventory management has become an absolute necessity for every business. To avoid any unforeseen shortages or stock run-outs, ecommerce businesses can now use artificial intelligence for sales forecasting. Software like Mintigo make use of AI to predict future sales based on consumer patterns and help decision-makers predict the results of their marketing efforts. 8. Fighting Fake Reviews Believe it or not, online reviews can make or break your brand. One fake review from your competitor or a bot can turn things around for your brand
  8. You have a choice to activate for admin or for the login. That's a good point.
  9. I agree with Darkows, some website start to use that. but personally, it's not activated noy Also, the functionalities is not implemented inside the core in some competitor, that's a good point for the solution and to increase the security. I think, I will test it.
  10. Yes I see this new functionalities, The re is some against and for to use that. The double implement is used by some website including Amazon. Also there so different approach to use it. I tested on Clicshopping and you must use your smartphone or a tool on your computer to read the qr code. The implementation is included inside the login and admin access. Not inside the contact, it could be. Also it increase the security to access the data, that's good thing. After for the customer this is a new step again to do, not the best for a best navigation.
  11. Hello, I just see the new functionalities about the double implementation, is it usefull to implement it ?
  12. @Patrick No some work todo, just wait to have the repo 8.2 to install it and test on ClicShopping
  13. ClicShopping has now a first implementation about api rest. For more information about how to use it, we recommend you to read our wiki on github. If you do not know what is an API REST, we invite you to read this website. https://restfulapi.net/
  14. for more information it's here : https://php.watch/articles/PHP-8.2
  15. Nice, I am happy some work is done in this way.
  16. Hello, As I see on github, the work is started, for the next release, I suppose yes
  17. Hello, Do you have an idea if ClicShopping will be updated for php8.2. Is it a strong work to do that ?
  18. Time-based one-time password (TOTP) is a computer algorithm that generates a one-time password (OTP) that uses the current time as a source of uniqueness. As an extension of the HMAC-based one-time password algorithm (HOTP), it has been adopted as Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard RFC 6238.[1] TOTP is the cornerstone of Initiative for Open Authentication (OATH), and is used in a number of two-factor authentication (2FA) systems. A Time-Based One-Time Password or TOTP is a passcode valid for 30 to 90 seconds that has been generated using the value of the Shared Secret and system time. How it works inside CliShopping, You have two options you can activate, one for the administration protection and one on Catalog login. The approach is the same for the both. You insert your email and your are redirected on Topt page QR code. You have just to scan the code with your phone. Aministration Login : Protection 1 Connexion : You must enter you login and password. If it's does not work you must restart. It's security normal process Protection 2 Ip identification : You Ip is registred everytime you want to try to log inside the administration. After 5 times (you can define), you account is blocked and you must wait to try another time. You can also receive an email to know if someone try to connect on you admin Protection 3 Double authentification by TOTP: (option) This is an option where you can include the TOTP identification. The process is quite simple. If you activate the TOTP, the first time when you tried to connect inside the admin, a TOTP password is generated and save inside your database. After a QR code appears and you must terminate your identification with the sanc of your QR code and include the number given by your phone. The process compare the TOTP number with your QR code number and allow you to connect or not inside the administration. The login This the same process as the administration. Protection 1 Connexion : You must enter you login and password. If it's does not work you must restart. It's security normal process Protection 2 Double authentification by Topt : (option) Same process as the Administration for the TOTP authentification. Conclusion : This approach is not a perfect process security but allow you to have something best with a low interference with the action client. It's in coformity with the regulation recommandtion proposed in Europe. You can activate this process only for administration or for the catalog. It's independent process. For example, Amazon is more restritive about the double identification because you must receive a code on your smartphone. The problem with this approach if you tried to connect with another computer and you do not have your phone, you can not. In other part, with the TOTP process implemented inside the ClicShopping, you can use on every computer. To increase the application security and data storage, you always have a compromise to choose and there is always a repercution on your client. For moment, it can be transparent, another moment, it must do an action. Also you can increase again the security to include and antispam App and create different kind to security approach inside different ClicShopping forms. The point aborded here is only about the identification.
  19. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR imposes new obligations and responsibilities on controllers and processors of data. As a merchant, you are generally the controller of your customers’ data. This means that you collect your customers’ data and choose how it is handled. Additionally, though it is a European regulation, the GDPR might apply to your business if you make goods and services available in Europe, even if you or your business are not located in Europe. ClicShopping believes strongly in protecting your customers’ personal data as well as your own, and understands that doing so is critical to help you preserve the trust and confidence of your customers. ClicShopping has designed its platform to allow merchants to operate anywhere in the world. GDPR-compliant features are built into ClicShopping 's platform, including features to enable you to offer your customers transparency into and control over their personal data, and technical measures to ensure that your customers’ personal data is protected as it crosses borders. ClicShopping believes in making it easy for you to use our platform in a manner that complies with privacy and data protection laws like the GDPR. While ClicShopping does what it can to set you up for success, there are also steps you will need to take on your own, and ultimately, compliance with the GDPR is the responsibility of each individual merchant. If you have legal questions specific to your obligations under the GDPR, consult with a local lawyer who is familiar with data protection laws. How does the GDPR affect ClicShopping ? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires ClicShopping to make the following changes inside the code Make sure that ClicShopping is able to honor the rights of European merchants and customers over their personal data, and that when using ClicShopping 's services, merchants are able to do the same. How does the GDPR affect you? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects any ClicShopping merchants who are based in Europe or who serve European customers. While ClicShopping is working hard to make sure that it complies, and allows its merchants to comply with the GDPR as of May 25, 2018, it is important to note that the GDPR will also require you to take action independently from the ClicShopping platform. The GDPR is a complicated regulation, and it will apply differently to different merchants. You should consult with a lawyer to figure out what you specifically need to do. For information about processing data requests, see Processing GDPR data requests. Processing GDPR data requests The GDPR expands on an individual's right to access and control their personal data.
  20. Email is part of communication, below different examples how to set email inside ClicShopping Example 1 : o2switch.net User name : myemail@domain.com - Password : email password - Server : mail.test.domain.com - remove mail. and write only test.domain.com - SMTP Port: 26 - SMTP authentication : true - SMTP secured protocol : ssl - Emails activation : true Example 2 : gmail.com - User name : myemail@gmail.com - Password : Utilisez le mot de passe du compte de messagerie. - Server smtp : smtp.gmail.com - remove smtp. and write only gmail.com - SMTP Port: 25 ou 465 - SMTP authentication : true - SMTP secured protocol : ssl or Tls - Emails activation : true
  21. When Google or other search engines come to your site to read and store the content in its search index, it will look for a special file called robots.txt. This file is a set of instructions to tell search engines where they can look to crawl content and where they are not allowed to crawl content. We can use these rules to ensure that search engines don't waste their time looking at links that do not have valuable content and avoid links that produce faceted content. Why is this important? Search engines need to look at and store as many pages that exist on the internet as possible. There are currently an estimated more 4.5 billion web pages active today. That's a lot of work for Google. It cannot look and store every single page, so it needs to decide what to keep and how long it will spend on your site indexing pages. This is called a crawl budget. How many pages a day Google will index depends on many factors, including how fresh the site is, how much content you have and how popular your site is. Some websites will have Google index as few as 30 links a day. We want every link to count and not waste Google's time. What does the suggested Robots.txt file do? ClicShopping optimised rules exclude site areas with no unique content but instead redirect links to existing topics. Also excluded are areas such as the privacy policy, cookie policy, log in and register pages and so on. Submit buttons and filters are also excluded to prevent faceted pages. Finally, user profiles are excluded as these offer little valuable content for Google but contain around 150 redirect links. Given that Google has more seconds on your site, these links that exist elsewhere eat up your crawl budget quickly. What is the suggested Robots.txt file? Here is the content of the suggested Robots.txt file. If your ClicSHoppingis inside a directory, you will need to apply it to the root of your site manually. So, for example, if your community was at /home/site/public_html/myDirectory/ - you would need to create this robots.txt file and add it to /home/site/public_html. It's simple just edit robot.txt and change inside the information example of robot.txt Note : domain.ltd must be changed by your domain. # Rules for ClicSopping (https://www.clicshopping.org) User-Agent: * # Block pages with no unique content Disallow: /Account/LogIn/ Disallow: /Account/CreatePro Disallow: /Account/Create Disallow: /Account/PasswordForgotten Disallow: /Search/AdvancedSearch/ Disallow: /Search/Q/ # Block faceted pages and 301 redirect pages Disallow: /*?page= Disallow: /*?sort= # Sitemap URL Sitemap: https://domain.tld/index.php?Sitemap&GoogleSitemapIndex
  22. The version 3.323 allows to use htaccess to rewrite the url. To use this function you must activate in Shop/SEO urls this 2 options 1 - Use Search-Engine Safe Native URLs this option rewrites the url like this : https://demo.clicshopping.org/index.php/Products/Description/logitech-trackman-marble-mouse/Id-12 and 2- Use Search-Engine Safe URLs Pro (with htaccess) This option rewrites the url like this : https://demo.clicshopping.org/Products/Description/logitech-trackman-marble-mouse/Id-12 To use the last option, you must include inside your root an htaccess with this syntax. Of course, it can updated in function of your server. note : This option works only on the catalog without customer, if your are logged you will see the url above. It's optimized only for the search engine. For apache 2.4 ################################## # url rewiting #improve url rewriting #work fine without directory https://mydomain.com/test/index.php #the rewriting must be activated inside the application # uncomment ################################## <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On DirectorySlash Off # # Remove WWW # RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.(.+)$ [NC] RewriteRule ^ https://%1%{REQUEST_URI} [R=302,L] # # Remove Trailing Slashes # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteCond %{THE_REQUEST} \s(.+?)//+[?\s] RewriteRule ^ %1 [R=302,L] # # Reroute to index.php # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [L] </IfModule>
  23. My last test : https://gtmetrix.com/reports/demo.clicshopping.org/VBVcVpBE/
  24. It's weird, My result under chrome : https://ibb.co/7G3F1DQ under edge : https://ibb.co/Ss4PFvv As you see I have no problem with the demo, everything works fine Just an idea, try to remove the code of pwabuilder-sw.js script (root of the site), maybe.
  25. I have the same problem with MS edge. Also it happens with the demo (https://demo.clicshopping.org/ClicShoppingAdmin835/) so it can't be server related I guess.
  26. I use Chrome and ClicShopping under windows, I do not have this problem. Your problem can be a plug in ? Do you tried without ?
  27. Just an idea, You can create inside your website root an index.html with a redirection to index.php. Just check index.html has the priority on index.php on your hoster.
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