Welcome back to lesson 1 of “Magento installation”. Last time, we have learned about the first preparation steps. Now, it’s time to continue with the installation step followed. Let’s start right now!
Hello Magento buddies, Have you felt more ready and energetic to grasp more Magento knowledge ? Let’s now come back with the Lesson 1 in a new series of Magento lessons! To make the lesson clearer for you to follow, I have divide it into 2 smaller parts. Today, we will start with the webserver setup and PHP configuration.
Today I'll explain how to setup multiple stores with different domains in a single installation of Magento. I will show you step by step. A simple thing but you also need to understand a little about Magento.
With a rich variety of products and selling campaigns, it seems to be a challenge for both sellers and buyers to manage their transactions. This brings me to the idea of finding the way to list of products on sale and sorts them by discount percent or saved value.
This will be a very quick tutorial today but I bet that it’s helpful to you. As you know, some orders have status of pending payment and by default, Magento doesn’t show them on frontend. It makes customers unable to view details of their orders. By adding the code provided in this post, you can configure to display these orders on front-end.
Normally, if someone wants to show a block, the first thing he may think about is to insert some codes to template file page/1column.phtml. It is really unstable when you change your theme like this. However, Magento provides a block concept called Structure Block which allows you to absolutely avoid this problem.
As you may know, Magento provides template path hints function to help you debug your template. However, this function is only available in front-end. Sometimes, you need to debug the template in back-end. How should you do?