A new year, a new theme. But not just that, I know I’m using the term year a bit loosely here but since my life sort of resembled a rollercoaster for the last 24 months it only seemed fitting. I see it as a new start, I’m moving forward and 2013 is going to be awesome. Continue reading “Twenty Thirteen”
In this post I show how you can use Purchase Order to fulfill orders made through the Magento backend. This is easy to apply to other payment extensions.
Magento has a great, albeit lesser known feature that allows you to create orders in the backend. This is especially handy for stores that also take orders by phone because this allows them to utilize Magento’s inventory status, coupons etc. but the order is also registered in Magento’s statistics, providing a clearer picture. Continue reading “Enabling Magento payment methods for backend orders”
In a recent project I came across a weird problem where the continue button on the credit card form of the one page checkout didn’t work anymore. As it turns out this is easily solved. Here’s what I did..
I thought it was time to do a post on how to implement the Facebook like button in your Magento product pages, the right way.
Ever since Google admitted to using social network data for the calculation of their SERPs the remainder of online businesses have finally started taking social media seriously. Therefor I thought it was time to do a post on how to implement the Facebook like button in your Magento product pages, the right way. Here’s how..
Fetching all the product data, custom attributes or ratings information, in Magento can be really easy, you just have to know how.
Whilst working on a Magento webshop I was asked to show the ratings and several custom attributes for the related products. Sadly I found out that the data collection Magento fetches by default for related products is limited to the data they want to show in their default theme so I had to find another way. Find out how I did this.