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This tutorial is going to show you how to set the default language and currency in your Magento store. In your Magento admin go to System > Manage Stores Click  on Main Website Store  under the...
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Magento – Installation

Before installing Magento, you require the following system requirements. System Requirements for Magento Database − MySQL 5.1 + Web Server − Apache 2.x Nginx 1.7.x Operating System − Cross-platform Browser Support − IE (Internet Explorer 7), Firefox, Google chrome SSL...
In November 2015, Magento announced the new 2.0 platform for enterprise and community editions. The impending release of this new version sent waves through the Magento community. Some were excited for the change, while others felt Magento 1 was suitable for their ecommerce needs. According to Builtwith statistics,...
There are some fairly major differences between Magento 1 and Magento 2. Magento 2 provides major updates on its previous version after some hard work to create the best solutions to old issues such as performance and security. The...
While working on a project, I had to add a unique static block between header and main content of the CMS page on each CMS page. Element had to be fully customizable via Magento admin panel and it had to be...
Before we start: As a newbie Magento developer, this is the first thing to understand and learn: Disable the Cache. You can do this by going to Admin Panel > System > Cache Management > Select All > Actions: Disable...
You can translate Magento default frontend through csv file as specified below − Look into your (root)/app/locale/en_US folder. There you have .csv's that do the translating. The Mage_Catalog.csv contains the translations for all the files that use the /app/code/core/Mage/Catalog/classes and...
What is static block in magento? Static blocks can be used throughout your theme wherever you want to make small updates to a section of a page. Typical uses would be for promotional banners/callouts in sidebars or for some custom...

Using PostCSS with Sass

In this article we’ll be looking to a basic overview of PostCSS from the perspective of a developer whose current CSS development process includes use of CSS preprocessor, or in particular, Sass. If you’re a Sass user, there are a couple of...
Implementing javascript minimization in Magento can help your page load time by compressing your javascript files and making them smaller for users to download. Along with CSS minimisation it can be a great asset for decreasing page loading time. In this article I...
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