- BagStore Magento Theme FREE
- Template is fully compatible with magento verion: 1.4.x.x, 1.5.x.x, 1.6.x.x, 1.7.x.x
- PSDs file supplied, easy to edit
- 100% Tableless design. 100% HTML/CSS/DIV compliance.
- Valid XHTML and CSS markup
- Tutorial and detailed User guide for installation and using.
- Cross Browser Support (IE 7+, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Opera 9+)
- Demo: http://www.plazathemes.com/demo/?theme=bagstore
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Do you want to make your site more customers friendly? You can gain this goal by using our magento extension New Products.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
New Products is an useful magento extension that allows the customers to see top best seller product. It can be said that this magento extension provides an ease to the visitors, and thus attract more visitors to your online store. Lets get New Products to increase your sale.
- Free for You
- Easy to manage with backend management
- Easy to customize with separated form and CSS
- Seperated HTML/CSS, W3C validated
- Support Magento Version 1.4.x and 1.5.x
- 100% open source
- Support free guarantee
- Live support is always ready
- Easy to install, easy to upgrade, just copy to use
Notice the word free in the title. If something is declared as open source this does not imply it should be free. Take a look at FogBugz. It is, one of the best open source project tracking tools currently available. However it’s quite expensive. Maybe not so expensive to larger companies but for small businesses and freelancers it sure is.
Yesterday I came across dotProject tool. If you are like me and came to PHP from .Net world then your first though might be that this is .Net application due to the “dot” in the title. Well, it isn’t, it’s a PHP powered collaboration tool.
To find the download link for dotProject just visit their official website at dotproject.net. Installation on local web server (WAMP) was quite painless. All I needed to do is to create my database before installation. I haven’t had much time to go trough the code, for what I saw (declared variables using var) it seems to be PHP4/5 oriented.
Although the interface itself is quite old looking, I’m surprised at what this app can do for now. Here is the screenshot of the initial screen.