So if you like blowing up spaceships or in my case being blown up then you need to play some EVE. Normally if you go to their site you can get a 14-day trial but if you click a referral link you can get a 21-day trial.
I've been running my ecommerce store - www.simplyrangebags.com - off 3DCart for about a year or so. Overall I was quite pleased with their service and offering, then I discovered they wouldn't support Braintree for payment processing. That was a bum deal.
So I started to look around for another cart and came across Goodsie.com. Did a 60 day trial and was quite impressed with their offering for hosted ecommerce. To me they're like a young Shopify and that's a good thing!
Needless to say I switched over this month and am excited to showcase my revamped store as www.simplygunbags.com. I changed the name because I'm now carrying more than just range bags. There's a solid need for sites that sell women's conceal carry bags, etc so I feel a general name change was in order.
I'm excited to see how 2013 will turn out for the store!
I've been 'dabbling' in ecommerce going on 7-8 years now (not counting eBay stuff). I've always enjoyed ecommerce and how you can have a site up and sell products 24x7x365 to people all over the world. It's pretty awesome.
Anyways, earlier this year I launched my newest venture - www.simplyrangebags.com. As a gun enthusiast I've enjoyed shooting but every time I've gone out I've thrown my gear into whatever bag I could find. That's not a good thing especially when you've spent a lot of money on a good gun! So on doing some local shopping and 'net shopping I discovered an unmet niche of a site that focuses on selling nothing but range bags.
That's where SimplyRangeBags.com steps in. :) I carry a good bit of product I sell and it's been a lot of fun growing the business this past year. For 2013 I have a number of goals to grow the business and move it more from a hobby store to a nice passive income generator.
I also created a Facebook business page to delve into the fast growing 'Social Commerce' arena. Love to get some more Likes for sure so stop by there and say hello as well.
If you're looking for a nice range bag to carry your gear in then come visit my site and make a purchase or two! I'd love to help you stay safe and carry safe when shooting!
Ran across this issue the other day when trying to get multiple local sites running in IIS with self-signed certificates: You can only have 1 site bound to the IP address of the server. So if you only have 1 IP address on that server you can only have 1 Self-Signed Cert running.
BUT there is a way to get multiple SSL sites running off a wildcard Self-Signed Cert though. Follow the steps listed on this site:
With the new version of Terraria you can now run a dedicated server and use a server configuration file to automatically load the world you want, password, number of players, etc. Here's how to do it since the included instructions aren't that helpful.
1. Navigate to your Terraria folder which if you are on Windows 7 is probably here --> C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\terraria\ 2. Edit the serverconfig.txt file with the options you'd like it to load. The file has some sample entries to help you set the options you'd like to have start when the server fires up. Save the file with the same name. 3. Create a shortcut on your desktop or taskbar and append this information to the end so that it looks like this --> "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\terraria\TerrariaServer.exe" -config serverconfig.txt 4. Run the short-cut and voila! In a few seconds you'll have a MP server up and running! 5. Don't close the window (looks like a DOS window) as it will kill your server. You can minimize it though.
Ah, what about the port you say? That's fairly easy to fix as well. Navigate to your firewall/router admin page and Port Forward the port you set in the config file (by default it's port 7777). To test to see if your port is open you can use this site - http://canyouseeme.org/ - and it will verify if you've opened up the right port or not.
To make things easier setup a Dynamic DNS entry (I use DynDNS.org) that will map to your IP address. This will keep server management easier as you won't have to remember the IP address all the time (especially if it changes a lot).
Good luck and have fun! Terraria is a blast on multi-player.
A project that a friend and I have been working on is now live -- ChristianCollegeScholarships.info. We've seen the need for a good information resource for Christian high school students that are looking to attend college and find the right financial aid.
So check it out and let us know what you think! Content will be growing!