Archive for July, 2010

Magento: Translate Inline

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Magento can be tricky to edit and sometimes you need to be able to edit text quickly without having to locate all the files inside the Magento code. For instance, you might want to change My Cart to My Basket or translate the text into your own native language. (more…)

3 Useful WordPress Tips

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

With the new release of WordPress I thought it would be timely to show some examples of useful WordPress snippets to help you in your quest to build brilliant blogs/cms websites. Though these examples are relatively simple they’re all equally essential to help you in building a great site. Below are the examples which you can go and use immediately in your very own site. (more…)

Magento: Adding an RSS Feed

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

As you probably already know, Magento doesn’t offer any sort of news feed as standard and more Magento users are starting to use RSS feeds to help with their online presence. (more…)

Cufón Font Replacement

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Cufón is a font replacement technique for displaying non-standard fonts on a webpage. It is an alternative to sIFR but uses JavaScript to embed the font instead of Flash. It is also easier to set up and lighter in size than sIFR but still has the problem of copyright issues. (more…)

Magento: Changing The Favicon

Friday, July 9th, 2010

A favicon is such a small and insignificant thing but it’s the label for your store. It gives your store an identity and without it your site will just be a default Magento website. (more…)

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Ever heard of torrents or used Bit Torrent to download movies, music or shared files over the internet? Researchers have discovered that anyone who does use Bit Torrent to download files over the World Wide Web will most probably be monitored. Studies were carried out by Birmingham University and they have discovered that if someone [...]
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