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[Free] Foodie – Premium Magento theme


Coming from the noblest design, Foodie template makes light brown the primary color of the background. This design will bring clean, youthful and natural feelings to store selling fresh fruits, vegetables and plans. Therefore, you can make sure that the theme can immediately draw attention of all foodies who love cooking tasty dishes. Besides, this template is professionally coded to ... Read More »

13 eye-catching Free magento themes for your magento ecommerce store


Do you want to run a full-functioned ecommerce store? Well Magento may be your answer. Magento is an open source eCommerce web platform and is a great solution to consider when choosing a powerful platform for your online store. Below you have the best free magento themes we could find all over the web. If you find this Magento themes useful don’t forget to ... Read More »

How to use google web fonts in your magento theme


If you are not familiar with google web fonts this link is a good starting point. Google fonts library has more than 500 fonts and still growing. Using google web fonts will greatly increase visual appeal of your website. Step First First of all, we need to get list of available fonts. Here is sample script to get list of fonts separated by comma. ... Read More »

What is responsive web design with Magento?


Response is a natural behavior of humans and animals. Without it, people can’t communicate with others and express themselves. It’s a primitive human need and it has been present since birth, and this need never regresses. In the world of today, people need it more than ever. That is the reason why there are so many high-speed technologies being developed ... Read More »

Creating custom router in Magento

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How to create custom router, as many of us use the standard router? You should know that Magento has four types of the routers: admin, standard, cms and default – they are loading in the order we’ve described. But, have you ever faced with such configuration? [crayon-5956f9b4c684d158107325/] If you look to  <use>standard</use>  code, that means – Magento will use the ... Read More »

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