Magento Themes and Magento Extensions

How to add Datepicker to Magento Forms

Posted on February 2nd, 2012 | Posted by admin

Magento has a built in library for calendar functionalities. However the calendar library is available only on Admin pages like Customer Grid,Customer Account view page,Sales order Grid etc. We can extend the prototype Javascript library’s calendar functions to frontend.

Step 1: Edit the page.xml file in your current theme in the directory app/design/frontend/default/ yourthemename /layout/page.xml Around line 65 add the below lines in between
<block type=”page/html_head” name=”head” as=”head”> </block >

How to add button +1 (Google+) to your site?

Posted on January 26th, 2012 | Posted by admin

Google has launched Google + (+1 button) which appears to do pretty much what all social networks do – facilitate connections and sharing. It allows webmasters to add to their site/blog and enable visitors to give a recommendation to Google and your friends about your site. (For example: This is pretty cool or You should check this out?)

With Google +1 you can also exactly explore what you want through the best stuff of your friends and others. Button +1 is used as one of signal to define adaptable level and result order of search sites including other signals and tools.

For this important function, you put it on your site? Why don’t add button Google +1 to your site with our guide as below:

How to add Store codes in URL Magento

Posted on January 12th, 2012 | Posted by admin

Today we’ll see how to add the store code in the  Magento URL from the admin panel

Go to System -> Configuration -> General -> Web

Then URL Options -> Add Store Code to Urls -> Yes

How to add Social Links Magento

Posted on January 5th, 2012 | Posted by admin

One nice thing you should add to your Magento site is the Social Links.

Let your customers promote your products on twitter,facebook and more.


You can grab his code and paste it to your site
This one is my favorite option. You can code the social links by your own.

Let’s digg into this second option:

How to add Facebook and Twitter buttons into Magento site

Posted on December 28th, 2011 | Posted by admin

Social network is becoming very popular these days. Almost web-store owners want to integrate great features from Facebook, Twitter… into their websites. Indeed, it’s a very nice way to advertise and promote products, and Magestore does not stay out of the trend. Browse our site and you will see that we have Send, Like button for Facebook fan page, Twitter share for Twitter in all product pages. If you are also interested, follow my article

Well, there is no magic here. It’s really simple. Facebook and Twitter already provide you all tools to create these buttons. I will show you how to add these buttons for different product pages.

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