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Mastering Magento Free Magento Ebook

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Mastering Magento requires using little known or used tricks. This paperback ebook will tell you which are these secrets and teach you how to use them so you can make the most out of your online store.   Overview Learn how to customize your Magento store for maximum performance Exploit little known techniques for extending and tuning your Magento installation. ... Read More »

How to debug Magento View in the browser

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How to debug Magento View in the browser? Magento’s Layout is one of the powerful features in its Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. It is solely responsible for the View component. Magento’s View consists of three parts: Block, Template and Layout XML. Briefly, the Blocks contain the programming logic while the Templates contain PHP and HTML elements; the Layout XML can be viewed ... Read More »

New eBay Enterprise and Magento Solution Powers Omnichannel Growth for Mid Sized Retailers

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Imagine a new retail enterprise solution that leverages new technologies while maintaining a low total cost of ownership and an accelerated time to market. Today, that possibility becomes a reality with eBay Inc.’s new retailer solution. Specifically geared towards enabling omnichannel success for mid-sized retailers, the new solution leverages existing gateways within eBay Inc.’s latest version of Magento Enterprise Edition ... Read More »

How to check if your Magento hosting meets Magento Hosting Requirements

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There’s no doubt that Magento has become the strongest eCommerce platform. Magento provides users with a feature-rich, flexible and easy-to-use website that can’t be found in other CMS. This, however, makes Magento a resource-demanding platform that require strong server specification to handle. In this tutorial, we will guide you how to check if your hosting meet Magento system requirements so ... Read More »

How to fix “front controller reached 100 router match iterations”

Front controller reached 100 router match iterations

How to solve error “front controller reached 100 router match iterations“? As seen from the message, the problem occurs because your routers are making circular references for dispatching requests. One of them matches request, but doesn’t dispatch and pushes it to redispatch again. Or no router matches request at all. You may interest: Top 5 Affordable Magento hosting to start a ... Read More »

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