PayPal is the worlds preferred and most recognized way to send and receive payments. But for Sri Lanka it only allows sending payments.
In the last 20 years the world has been rapidly changing truly enabling the concept of a global village. With modern technology buyers around the world could purchase goods and services from any where of the world with the use of credit cards and services like PayPal. Then came the revolution of outsourcing where many in developed nations outsourced their projects to Asia and Africa because of the low cost labor. In such a world services like PayPal that enable users to make payments and receive payments easily becomes invaluable.
Last month we wrote a blog post called “The 3 Things You Need to Know About Joomla 3”.
As a reminder, here are those 3 things you need to know:
- What is great about Joomla 3? Mobile. Joomla 3 will be the first major Content Management System to be completely mobile-ready.
- Who is Joomla 3 for? Early adopters. Initially, Joomla 3 is best used by early adopters, developers and more experienced users.
- I am on Joomla 2.5. What do I do? Stay where you are. Joomla 2.5 a wonderful version of Joomla and will be supported until 2014.
A contentious new privacy law comes into effect today (May 25) in the European Union.
The 'cookie law' was designed to protect the online privacy of customers by explaining the requirement to collect data to customers and giving them the ability to 'opt out' from providing certain information on a website, if desired. As cookies are common and nearly ubiquitous on the Web, it may be very difficult to properly enforce.