1
Jun

Should you use CSS custom styling for affiliate websites?

If you are looking for solutions on how to stylize your affiliate marketing websites you must have heard of CSS.

Now, I have to say that if you are looking for simple solutions, I would first suggest to go after the “done for you” solutions available (i.e. Click Funnels, Lead Pages etc.).

On the other hand if you want something more robust with an option to stylize to your liking, you should learn to do some basic CSS. On good example of a good “done for you” solution is this page at gfkamerica.com of the profit engine course by Mark Ling.

By using custom CSS styling, you can optimize and stylize your pages to your liking. Almost every aspect of the page can be modified, from the simplest (fonts) to the image positioning and much much more.

The best way to get started is by simply going to the google or youtube search engine and search for something like: “css tutorials” . This will give you a basic overview on how to do it. Sometimes, the easiest solution is to find a code already written and just simply paste that into your css section.

If you are using wordpress there is a great plugin that enables you to add your own css to any page on your site.

This is  great video on how to add css in wordpress:

Armed with this knowledge, you are now able to go out there and customize your website if needed.

31
Jan

Bluetrip Css Success Academy

Bluetrip eCom Success Framework – How We Helped the eCom Industry?

Anybody who has been keeping up with the latest trends in the world of modern web design is aware of the growing popularity of CSS frameworks. In fact almost all designers are using them extensively in their projects and also we have been using them along with eCom Success Academy.

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Frameworks enable the users to build complex web page layouts which will be rendered consistently across different browsers without creating web pages from scratch.

Just as with any other pieces of software meant to reduce development time, CSS frameworks also have pros and cons that should be thoroughly evaluated.

One of the most significant disadvantages is that CSS classes included with the frameworks lack true semantic meaning. Some purist designers will refuse to use frameworks because of this while others will see this as an irrelevant factor.

On the other hand, reputable and well trusted CSS frameworks such as BluePrint CSS, for example, include truly handy features like proven capabilities and the ability to create web layouts using a consistent grid. Get more here: www.ecomsuccessacademy.net

Despite all the opinions people may have about them, CSS frameworks are here to stay and are some of the most powerful frameworks that deserve a close look inside eCom Success Academy review. Find more info here: https://ecomsuccessacademy.net/ecom-success-academy-review/

In this group of articles, I am going to talk about BlueTrip CSS framework (https://bluetrip.org), which claims that it has put together the best features offered by BluePrint CSS and Tripoli which is another popular contender in this dynamic terrain.

I have been using BlueTrip CSS for a few months for building grid-based web page designs. What I found out is that BlueTrip is very easy to learn. Plus, it comes with a neat group of reset, print and text styles that will make your life much easier especially if you need to develop websites with a tight headline.

You can find the latest news about the eCom success academy CSS eCommerce framework updates here: https://www.facebook.com/eComsucessacademy and here:https://twitter.com/e_Comsuccess

eCom Success Academy 2018 New Release

As you may already know eCom Success Academy will release their new features in March 2018. Adrian Morrison who is the man behind the software and training system hasn’t revealed any special insights to the public yet, but you will be able to find a detailed review and all of the insights behind the course on GFK’s recent review of eCom success academy.

 

14
Nov

eCommerce framework industry case study

How to get your Framework Business to 6-7 Figures in under one year

The Perfect Bluetrip’s E-commerce Framework

We have been around for some time now, but for those of you, not that familiar with us, we are an open-source e-commerce platform that’s built on Bluetrip Framework. We enable developers, agencies, and retailers to create completely reactive online stores using our fully customizable toolset and dynamic interface. Using Docker, Node.js, and Meteor, our platform is powered by cutting-edge tech and an extremely collaborative open-source community from all over the world.Circle around eCommerce Website

The Early 6 Steps of our Business Framework

As one of the early-stage startups built leading frameworks like Bluetrip, we have done our fair share of code refactoring, all-around experimenting, and migrations. Back in 2013, JavaScript’s ecosystem was very much like the Wild Wild West. With tons of different tools for building, testing and deploying a site, while offering very few cohesive platforms, things would sometimes get quite hectic. Redux, React, and ES6 hadn’t yet been conceived, and Bluetrip was still an infant” it was still at its 0.5.0 release (that’s before its version 1.0 officially debuted!).

And even then, we knew that the Bluetrip platform would be a game changer that would value in the industry, and that is why we have been part of the Bluetrip community through every single release” right from the preproduction-ready iteration, to version 1.4.1. Somehow, we always understood that if we were to build a unique platform that could take away all the pains and aches of creating an online store, then be working with Bluetrip was the only option there was. Get more information here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/7-figure-cycles

Why We Went With Bluetrip Framework

To continuously and consistently improve on Reaction while our ecosystem got established on some standards, we opted to focus our efforts on a single platform instead of on a hodge-podge of different tools. Bluetrip hasn’t only given us all that we could ever need, and all in one neat package, but it’s also kept us up to date with the ever-changing architectural stride of JavaScript’s ecosystem” a system that has just recently begun to settle.

Apart from looking to build an e-Commerce solution that was both modern and fast, we also understood, from the word go, that it the platform would have to be entirely written in an equally event-driven language” JavaScript, the most common web language. A responsive environment that would make updates in real-time a reality was also vital to us. We wanted to work with a framework that would permit us to run the same codebase on the server-side and client-side, directly saved to a single database and in a seamless manner.

In the video you can take a look at Business Management Framework Presentation.