Online store implementation (adapting a preferred template to the customer’s needs) with domain and hosting.

     CMS (content management service), i.e. administrative panel (intuitive and easy to use) to which you will receive your login and password.

     Including of 3 hours induction (training).

     User’s Manual (hardcopy).

     Design for basic graphics such as: banner, logo, etc.

     PayPal and pay-area store configuration, i.e. payment service.

     Features tab, a place where you can insert advertising for various businesses, activities and individuals. It can work as an extra source of income to your business.

     Server Name Indication (SNI) which is an extension to the TLS protocol that indicates to what hostname the client is attempting to connect at the start of the handshaking process. This allows a server to present multiple certificates on the same IP address and port number and hence allows multiple secure (HTTPS) websites (or any other Service over TLS) to be served off the same IP address without requiring all those sites to use the same certificate. It is the conceptual equivalent to HTTP/1.1 virtual hosting for HTTPS.

     Product search script, which is very useful for the overall customer experience and ease of use.

     2 months technical support.

     Upon reviewing a large number of online shops the offer will also include the following tabs (by default):



Space for information about shop and galleries with a couple of photos or a virtual trip around the shop.


Services beyond the sales of products provided by the shop.


Terms of Use.


All the necessary information about the store, along with a map of directions.


Contact us page.


Tab where anyone can advertise, and for which you can charge a fee.


Store related videos presented via a YouTube account.


Bookmarks with all contents can be modified according to your needs.

Basic price: 600 GPB


Additional services:

Fitting 5 high-resolution store pictures to the gallery page.

Price: 50 GBP


Implementation of a virtual tour of the shop.

Price: 50 GBP


Not sure if this will work for you? Trial a test version for a week with all technical support and instructions. I ensure you this will be money well spent and something that will definitely pay off.


Price: 100 GBP


Should you be interested in this offer, please visit my online catalogue at:


Below a sample screenshot of a so-called web store



* Images, descriptions and prices of products are in the range of the store operator, at which also testify technical support.


Feel free to book an appointment with me for a free presentation of the service.

I offer the highest quality service and the lowest prices on the market.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me by phone or e-mail
Andrzej Kaczmarek
mob. nr. 078 217 01 954

What is Server Name Indication (SNI)?

SNI stands for Server Name Indication and is an extension of the TLS protocol. It indicates which hostname is being contacted by the browser at the beginning of the ‘handshake’-process. This allows a server to connect multiple SSL Certificates to one IP address and gate.

How SNI works

When someone visits your website, their webbrowser/client makes a connection with the webserver and sends it the name and domainname of the webpage. When making an SSL/TLS-connection, this process gets a little more complicated. The browser will require a digital certificate from the server, before it even knows what page the browser wishes to access. It will then compare the name on the certificate from the server with the name of the page it is trying to make a connection with.

If the names match, the connection will be made as normal. When the names do not match, however, the visitor will not see your website but a warning message, possibly followed by a disconnection from the website, as a failed connection could indicate a man-in-the-middle attack. To prevent this, websites that use SSL are required to have their own IP address. This allows the webserver to use the IP address to check which website the visitor wants to connect with and send the right certificate to the browser or client.

Because the number of IP addresses is limited, requiring every website to have its own IP address can cause problems in the long term. Server Name Indication (SNI) is the solution to this problem. Browsers that support SNI will immediately communicate the name of the website the visitor wants to connect with during the initialisation of the secured connection, so that the server knows which certificate to send back. This allows browsers/clients and servers supporting SNI to connect multiple certificates for multiple domain names to one IP address. In that case, a visitor to your website or webshop will not notice any difference.

Browser support SNI

In order to use Server Name Indication, the SSL/TLS library must be able to support SNI through an application. Apart from that, the application must submit the hostname to the SSL/TLS library. While a number of browsers and servers still do not support SNI, most new web browsers and SSL/TLS libraries have already implemented SNI support.

The following browsers do offer support for SNI:

  • Internet Explorer 7 or higher, on Windows Vista or newer. Does not work on Windows XP and Internet Explorer 8
  • Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or higher
  • Opera 8.0 or higher (the TLS 1.1 protocol must be implemented)
  • Opera Mobile, version must be at least 10.1 beta on Android
  • Google Chrome (Windows Vista or newer, Windows XP requires Chrome 6 or higher, OS X 10.5.7 or newer requires Chrome 5.0.342.1 or higher)
  • Konqueror/KDE 4.7 or higher
  • MobileSafari for Apple iOS 4.0 or newer
  • Android standard browser on Honeycomb (v3.x) or higher
  • Windows Phone 7
  • MicroB on Maemo