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86 Epic Promotional Ideas for Holiday Campaigns [FREE]

Hey guys, Year end sale season finally comes. Imagine that you are a Magento store owner who always thinks of new ways to run promotion campaign, especially when big holidays are coming. You must be afraid of being left behind. Why not take action right now? Yes, it’s NOW. To ...

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Magento tutorial for beginners: Creating A Simple Module in Magento 2.0

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Magento tutorial for beginners understand that Magento 2 will be released in a near future, so it is necessary to develop modules for the new system. To solve this case, we give you this interesting Magento extension tutorial, which compare Magento 1 and Magento 2 in some features below, and give ...

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Cross-Border Trade (Magento CE 1.9/EE 1.14 & Later)

Cross-border trade

Magento CE 1.9 and EE 1.14 have been released with the feature of price stability across border lines. This tutorial will show you how to enable cross-border trade. Note: This article provides information about how to set up tax calculations in Magento Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). The information is ...

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How to remove Google Checkout from “Shop by” section in Search results?

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In this tutorial, we show you steps by steps how to remove Google Checkout from “Shop by” section in Search results. Google Checkout section is shown in Shop By block of Magento’s search results page: To disable this section you need to switch enable_googlecheckout attribute to not be used in layered navigation: Open Catalog > ...

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Magento Developers’ Guide – Part 10: Rewrite to modify a Magento controller

How to make a rewrite of a controller ? Because your module will not know where to search for your extended class…you have to make a require in your controller. require_once “Mage/Checkout/controllers/CartController.php”; This gives you something like: require_once “Mage/Checkout/controllers/CartController.php”; class Pfay_Checkout_CartController extends Mage_Checkout_CartController {     # Rewrite of indexAction     public function indexAction() {         die(‘your method has been rewrited !!’);     } } The require_once is important if your ...

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