Bewear – Lookbook Style eCommerce Magento Theme

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Posted on May 21st, 2015 | Posted by admin

Bewear is uber clean and modern eCommerce Magento Theme with Lookbook / Collection style to inspire your clients with your products, is an extremely powerful and flexible premium magento theme with responsive & retina ready design. It is built upon Bootstrap 1170px Grid, and it has Retina Ready Icons. It has been designed pixel perfect and meets the newest trend web experience. this theme is perfect and comes with lots of awesome features, such as: ajax price slider, custom grid modes, revolution slider, quick install package and etc. Simply check features list below.

The idea – sometimes the client does not know what he wants expect that he should change a bit his wardrobe – thats why this projects is focused on Lookbook / Collection style to inspire the client and stimulate his imagination.

Our solution – We are offering to you 2 different style of lookbook, fully designed in details and needs for these kind of subpages. Also you can add nice pics of looks to category header pages and invite the client to blog pages where he can take more inspires – everything to make the client stay on your website and enjoy the time spent.

Prima – Responsive Magento Theme

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Posted on May 18th, 2015 | Posted by admin

Prima is multipurpose responsive Magento theme suitable for different online stores. Fully responsive, Prima includes many new features as unified AJAX controller, LESS preprocessor, 7 new widgets and fully customizable colors and fonts and many more! Prima includes the latest Magento 1.9.1.1 plus the security patch SUPEE-5994.

Complete Magento Framework

Extremely fast development, great features, base for any Magento project

SharkSkin includes code and design that extend crucial parts of Magento, both in frontend and backend, improving some of the original features and adding more, where the open source code lacks functionality. SharkSkin is a base for any type of Magento project, no matter the size, reducing greatly the time for development.

MAGENTO 2 DEVELOPER RELEASE CANDIDATE

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Posted on May 8th, 2015 | Posted by admin

What is the Magento 2 “Developer Release Candidate”?

The Magento 2 Dev Release Candidate (RC) is one of the development milestones which we announced almost a year ago at Imagine 2014 along with the Magento 2 Developer Beta and Merchant Beta. Dev RC represents the following:

  • A completed platform architecture in which there will likely be no major architectural shifts between now and the general release in Q4 of 2015
  • Incorporation of feedback from the awesome Developer Beta participants around the world (including feedback from two separate in-person developer forums with participants from four continents)
  • On-time completion of the Developer Beta period

Magento: How to get Currency Rates?

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Posted on May 7th, 2015 | Posted by admin

You can see the currency Rates from Magento Admin
System -> Manage Currency Rates

You can change base currency and allowed currencies from
System -> Configuration -> GENERAL -> Currency Setup -> Currency Options

Now, here I will show you how you can get currency rates values for any given currency code.

Here, I will be fetching currency rates for base currency. You can keep any currency code instead of basecurrency.

Bug behind before/after=”Mage_Adminhtml” in Magento

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Posted on May 5th, 2015 | Posted by admin

Since Magento CE 1.3.0 version, creating Magento admin controller required you to specify before=”Mage_Adminhtml” or after=”Mage_Adminhtml” attribute for your node atadmin/routers/adminhtml/args/modules XML Path, depending on type of behavior you want to achieve. Like me, you probably have doubts on why this is necessary, and what is the background of this requirement? Simple answer would be that without it, it simply doesn’t work. More precisely, Magento hits you right in the schnoz with 404 after you try accessing admin controller in question, if you don’t set one of these attributes at your node. In this article I’ll do my best to explain bug in Magento standard router causing this behavior, one that somehow managed to get packaged with last 25+ Magento CE versions without being noticed.

Yesterday my team came to conclusion that Enterprise_Rma module contains a bug, because code snippet registering it’s admin controller has missing before/after attribute at relevant node in config.xml, what causes 404 in Magento admin. Here’s an excerpt from config.xml:

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