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Display A Name launches a new Online Shop

displayanameJT Website Design is proud to launch the latest addition to our family of client websites.

Company: Display A Name
Description: Custom 3-D acrylic wall lettering for nurseries and kid’s rooms

What a cute and fun website! This bundle of joy (sorry, couldn’t resist) is an e-commerce site offering premium wall decor for kid’s rooms. Customers can order custom acrylic wall lettering and preview their text, colors, and fonts right on the screen before they order.

Not only does Display A Name make a beautiful custom product, they’re also giving back to the community by donating a portion of each purchase to a charity that serves children. Now that’s a win-win situation for everyone!

We had fun working on this website, and wish Display A Name a successful launch in their new business venture. Cheers to new beginnings!

IE is Being Mean to Me

This guy has summed up all the reasons we should upgrade to Firefox, Chrome… anything but Internet Explorer. Old video, but still relevant today.

It’s tax season… Time to get organized!

Now that tax time is here, we’re all sorting out paperwork that the IRS requires for our annual tax return. It can be quite a hassle, but luckily when it comes to your website expense records, we’ve got your covered! Our convenient Freshbooks tool has full invoice history that will allow you to organize and record your expenses for 2012. Here’s how to access this info.

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Happy Holidays from JT Website Design

We wish all of our clients and their loved ones a very happy holiday season. Here’s a special greeting card for your enjoyment. Happy Holidays!

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Sales and Use Tax Rate Increase

Due to voter approval of Proposition 30, the statewide sales and use tax rate will increase one quarter of one percent (0.25%) on January 1, 2013. The higher tax rate will apply for four years — January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2016.

For online internet merchants, now is a good time to double-check the tax settings on your e-commerce cart. Make sure all California residents are being charged the appropriate percentage as posted on the Board of Equalization’s website. Non-California residents are not required to pay sales tax unless your business has a physical location in their state.

For more information on this increase, please visit BOA’s tax rate increase webpage. For a listing of tax rates, please visit the California City & County Sales & Use Tax Rates webpage.

ZenCart E-commerce Upgrade to v1.5

If you haven’t upgraded your ZenCart e-commerce site to version 1.5 yet, now is the time to do so. The new version was released almost a year ago, and that means anyone still on 1.3.9 (or older) has very outdated software which can leave your site open to security breaches and compromised customer cardholder data.

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