This is a basic tutorial for managing emails from magento admin. To understand email, let start with an example. Support we need to edit the Customer Registration Email, let see step by step the process to follow.First go the System -> Transactional Emails in admin menu. You will see a screen like thisMagento Admin Transactional Emails Click on the Add New Template button, which will show a form. In the Load Default Template drop down, first select the existing template name which you want to edit, in our case it is “New account” template. Then click on [...]
Out of all the websites on the web, about 34 percent of them utilize a content management system (CMS). From those 34 percent, more than half use WordPress, 58.5 percent to be exact. The ease of use and developer support has surged WordPress to the top of the industry. Other CMS like Joomla and Drupal have lost a lot of market share as WordPress has become more and more popular.
In this article, we will go over the 10 best free WordPress themes of 2013 so far. [However, if you want something a little more unique — and you have some money to spend — check out my list of the 10 Best Paid WordPress Themes of 2013.] WordPress themes that are free usually tend to lack in the [...]
We’ve got some good options for displaying sidebars conditionally: either by coding them or using a plugin. But, I’ve had a few situations with clients where the widgets themselves should be conditional, instead of creating entire sidebars. What are the options?
I’ll walk you through six that I came across, and which one I landed on for this client. Remember that the most important thing for me here was to have it work intuitively for them, not me.
This one’s got a decent UI and seems to work as advertised. I think it’s simple enough to get the hang of quickly.
One part that caught me off guard is that it actually [...]
Envato, the people behind Nettuts+, have created a new avenue for web developers to earn an income doing what they love.
It’s called Microlancer, and we’ve recently started allowing freelancers to offer web dev services like PSD to HTML, WordPress plug-in development, and website customization.
You can set your own prices, turnaround time, and the terms of your services. We connect you with buyers who pay upfront to work with you. It’s an awesome new way to earn an income doing simple web dev jobs without having to worry about quotes, bidding, chasing up payment, invoicing, or self-promotion. We bring buyers, you do the work, Microlancer [...]
Apple’s AirPort and Time Capsule base stations have always been easy to use and offer fantastic reliability. Even though they may not necessarily include some more advanced features, they have an impressive feature set that is pretty well hidden. Two such options that I’ll demonstrate in this tutorial are Guest Networks, for keeping your personal network private, and Timed Access Control to manage when your wireless networks are accessible.
More and more businesses and offices are providing free wireless internet access for visitors and clients, offering a great feature at almost no cost. If your office has a secure wireless [...]
Services. You see that word everywhere in OS X, but probably don’t know what it means. I didn’t until a few months ago. Essentially, a service is a way of connecting apps to perform special actions. This can be sending a Tweet, sharing a file, or defining a term in Dictionary.
There are hundreds of uses for services, but first you need to understand how to use the basic functionality. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create your own services, use the ones that are included with some third-party apps, and save yourself a few clicks.
Discovering Services Select an item to display services.
Services, as you may have noticed, are integrated into every [...]