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How to change Magento default Logo

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This tutorial shows you how to change or remove the Magento default logo from the top of your store By default, Magento themes have a logo picture or a text at the top of the page, which is also a link to the home page of the store. You can easily remove it, or replace it with your own picture ... Read More »

Magento – How to show custom options quantity in product management grid

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This tutorial will show you how to show custom options quantity in product management grid in Magento When you go to Catalog –> Manage Products, in grid only total qty is displayed. Our requirement was to display custom options and it’s qty there. So how to do that? Here is the trick. Copy following file app/code/core/Mage/Adminhtml/Block/Catalog/Product/Grid.php Now create following folder ... Read More »

Responsive Design vs. Mobile Web – Making the Right Choice

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If you are a small business owner envisioning the creation of their websites, your web designer may ask you whether you want a responsive design or a mobile web design. Your choice can significantly determine the amount of traffic you gain and your customer conversion rates. If you don’t know which to choose, this article will help you. Here is ... Read More »

How to change Magento theme

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How to change magento theme for your store? In order to change Magento theme, first, you need to find a new theme and download it. You can download new themes from many sources: The official Magento web site. There are many free and commercial themes. Browse high quality theme at Themeforest. Browse the free Magento themes gallery at SiteGround. Browse free theme at http://magentodownload.net/ Going ... Read More »

How to Install a Full Page Cache for Magento

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In this article we will look at how we can leverage a Full Page Cache to speed up Magento and improve page loading times. A full page cache aims to reduce site latency, increase the web server transaction rate, and reduce database load, resulting in a faster and much more responsive web site. Besides enhanced user experience and customer satisfaction, ... Read More »

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