I recently answered a question on stack exchange for someone who was looking for different ways to add images to static pages in Magento. With Magento being as flexible as it is you can imagine there is more then one way to achieve this, here I list a few ways you can do this to a single page or multiple.
The new Bodycare Direct ecommerce website we’ve developed has been launched this week, the site includes a host of great features to make the user experience as smooth as possible.
Magento site selling custom clothing. Customers can choose from a wide range of pre made designs or use the integrated custom T-shirt design tool to design their own.
By default Magento doesn’t offer much to the user if they misspell words. As a simple fix for this you can use the PHP functions pspell to highlight to the users any basic misspellings for their search word.
It can be difficult finding creative ways to promote products on your ecommerce site, I’m sure most retailers would benefit from pushing sales of certain products. Trying to do this while keeping a site easily to navigate is sometimes difficult, I was recently asked to implement featured products into the drop down menu of a Magento site. Magento’s menu generating code is pretty straight foward and with a bit of careful coding you can insert some extra markup in the right places to allow a different product to be shown in each dropdown area.
This new Magento site was built from a custom design and launched to help the client get a share of the ever increasing demand for quality Oak Furniture Online at excellent value prices. To help this site stand out and do well in a busy market place, a number of custom feautres were added to help maximise the number of sales and profit.
After recently trying to enable Paypal’s ‘Hosted Payments Pro’ payment method in a Magento 1.6 install, I ran into an issue where the checkout wouldn’t procced past clicking the “Place Order” button. I tried this both on the Acumen template that was installed and all base/default themes and still had the same problem.
It’s long been said that what I do with code is magical;) To back this up I was picked out and won a Magento “Mage Wizard” Hoodie at the recent Meet Magento Conference at the QE2 Conference Centre in London.
The event saw more then 300 people attend a great day of talks and networking. Speakers including leading industry figures, multi-national companies and Magento partners of all kinds gave an insight into how Magento helps their business grow.