Well, I haven’t written for a long time, quite lazy recently :-D. Today, I’m back with a simple thing, as it’s showing in the title: “How to send Magento newsletter”.
It’s really easy, I have to say that ;). Let me walk you through step by step.
Facebook is the most popular social networking site these days. To sell more products and connect to network citizens, many companies, organizations and stores have created their own Facebook fan page. But how to attract a lot of facebook users to join you?
We would like to introduce an easy way to achieve that goal; that is using our extension Facebook fanbox. The fanbox of your Facebook fanpage will appear right in your website, enabling visitors to click “like” to become a fan and keep up with your store’s updates. Especially, this extension is provided by us for free!
How to edit Magento email newsletter? You may tell me that it’s very simple to edit email templates in Magento. I agree ;). This post I just want to share with Magento beginners. So if you already knew it, just skip my post. Otherwise, follow me and see how it is simple.
Hello everyone! Today, Travis asked me to compete with him in sharing Magento knowledge in Magestore blog. Well, of course, I have no fear, and I want to start the competition with “How to add” series. And let’s start with How to add new layout template for Magento.
Dear my friends, last post I wrote about “How to create a multiple language website in Magento”, now I’ll continue with a related topic “How to create language packages for an extension in Magento”.
In this topic, I’ll use our FAQ extension as a real example.
Today I will talk about the multiple languages feature of Magento. In this example I’ll guide you to create a website with two languages: English and French. This includes some following steps…
I saw that there are many topics asked about “How to add custom php code into CMS page on Magento”. Someone uses regular expressions, someone creates a new Module and puts their custom php codes into a block which they called from CMS page. But I don’t think that’s a good way.