Magento Themes and Magento Extensions

Featured products free module in magento

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Posted on July 22nd, 2011 | Posted by admin

Do you want to make your site more customers friendly? You can gain this goal by using our magento extension Featured Products.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Featured 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 Featured Products to increase your sale.
FEATURES

  1. Free for You
  2. Easy to manage with backend management
  3. Easy to customize with separated form and CSS
  4. Seperated HTML/CSS, W3C validated
  5. Support Magento Version 1.4.x and 1.5.x
  6. 100% open source
  7. Support free guarantee
  8. Live support is always ready
  9. Easy to install, easy to upgrade, just copy to use

BestSeller Products, Advanced bestseller products free magento extensions

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Posted on July 22nd, 2011 | Posted by admin

You can easy show bestseller products on the homepage. Do you want to make your site more customers friendly? You can gain this goal by using our magento extension BestSeller Products.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
BestSeller 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 BestSeller Products to increase your sale.
FEATURES

  1. Free for You
  2. Easy to manage with backend management
  3. Easy to customize with separated form and CSS
  4. Seperated HTML/CSS, W3C validated
  5. Support Magento Version 1.4.x and 1.5.x
  6. 100% open source
  7. Support free guarantee
  8. Live support is always ready
  9. Easy to install, easy to upgrade, just copy to use

How To Add, Change SKU In Bulk Magento Product List

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Posted on July 21st, 2011 | Posted by admin

How To Add, Change SKU in Bulk Magento Product list is not as simple as it may sound by there is a quick solution to add, change SKU numbers within your existing huge product database. Stock Keeping Unit aka SKU is typically a unique, alphanumeric, merchant-defined identifier for the product with the primary intention to make this number human-readable, meaningful and concise. Many big ecommerce open source application uses SKU but i have seen some e-commerce open source applications which completely neglect this attribute.

Magento uses SKU explicitly as a “unique identifier for the particular product, across all stores and websites”. Keeping Product Title be the primary differentiation won’t help especially if the store is multi-site and multi-lingual. As per a study when people start their online store they don’t give much attention to the SKU numbers but keep on adding as many products as they can which leads to trouble we are talking about. Now, they end up having thousands of products in their database without proper SKU numbers. Tracking becomes difficult, heavy ordering takes a toll on back office.

Browser Language Redirection For Multi Language Stores In Magento

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Posted on July 21st, 2011 | Posted by admin

Do you run a Multilingual Magento store and looking to auto redirect your customers to their language store? Well, browser language redirection is what we are talking about which can run on Firefox, IE, Mozilla, Google Chrome, Avant and Safari browsers. Generally, Magento does not support geographical detection and redirection so many store owners are initially getting customers to land on their default page where they ask them to choose their preferred language. This is the default way of redirecting customers to their local language store. Other option is to choose a country drop-down or flag to redirect customers to their language store (widely used in multi language stores).

What about detecting the customers default language automatically and open specific language store without having those to select their country/language choice manually?

Automatic redirection based on Customers Location, Geographical detection and browser language.

How you could serve static content files from your Magento extension folder

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Posted on July 21st, 2011 | Posted by admin

As a part of my personal ongoing “unobtrusive Magento extensions” campaign. I will show you another “hack”/approach you can apply in order to squeeze your static files under the main extension folder.

When I say static, I am mainly referring to images, CSS and JavaScript in this case.

For example, imagine you are coding an extension called “Sociable“, which will display several links to various web services like Twitter, GoogleBuzz, etc. Links that you can click and the publish a short message about a product/category on that web service. Something like on the image shown below. Logical question is, where do you store your images?

Usually images are stored within the root /media/ folder. So it might seem perfectly fit to store them under the /media/mycompany/mymodule/ folder.