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.
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.
In some cases, you need to hide or remove Add to Cart button from product page based on some conditions of product. Although Mageto does not support this feature, you can still implement it without modifying Magento core by taking some following steps.
Today I will share with you one of the most interesting things I have experienced when working with Magento platform. It’s how to add a block to the product page without modifying the template.
In the previous article, we provided you with the basic principle of EAV but have you concretely known how Magento stores the data according to the EAV model and how to create an EAV entity in Magento? If not, my tutorial today will surely be a good reference for you.
Have you known much about the DDL class in Magento? My article today is intended to answer all frequent questions of using the DDL class in setup scripts and certainly makes you more understand it.
I am going to provide you with further understanding about how to use Magento themes in the easiest way. By giving some main concepts and approach to Structure of Template, this tutorial will certainly be helpful for those who have encountered difficulties when applying Magento Themes as well as wanted to learn more about Magento.