If you use such services as GitHib or BitBucket then you’ll know that when you clone a repository onto your machine it will generally want to create a new folder. That folder will be named the name of the repo. Read On >
So lets say I’m adding records to a table and then I need to add records to a relational table. I need the ID to be able to reference the rows in my pivot table.
Thankfully WordPress makes it silly easy.Read On >
If you ever need to change your allowed countries in Magento you will have to control click each county in the list. I for one miss clicked more than once and lost the lot.
There is no avoiding it, this is just a pain.
A better way
Magento stores the allowed countries in the your database in a table called “core_config_data”
By default Google Analytics will track every visitor that lands on your site. Or at least every page that has their snippet installed.
That means that each time you visit your site to check the look of that new page or new CSS rule you’ve been working on, the snippet is fired and Google Analytics see’s a new hit on that page. The problem now is that your data is effectively skewed as it logs your visits.Read On >
This is one of the most common questions that I get asked. I’ve worked with a few designer / developers in the past who are more than capable of downloading a plugin and dropping it into a website. But when they do the plugin won’t work.
Why won’t my jQuery plugin work?
Each time I’m asked this the first thing I check are the calls to jQuery. Read On >
The big problem with this is these files will be called on every single page not just the home page where my slider is actually used. Read On >
I did a little bit of research and came across a plugin that I thought could help me out.Read On >
Magento comes built in with a pretty powerful URL rewriting system. It is easy to use and makes the whole process a lot less daunting.
But why do I need to redirect URL’s
There are a lot of reasons why you may find it necessary to redirect URL’s in your Magento store. For example, imagine you have decided to stop selling moon dust, its just not profitable anymore. Read On >
So, following the responsive redesign I spotted a minor issue. On larger screens the homepage displays three columns wide and 20 posts. That means the last row only has two posts and there is a nasty gap. So I needed to find out about limiting the number of posts per page in WordPress
Looking at my layouts there will be occasions where the are three, two or one column wide. Read On >
I’m not sure when this first came about but Excel provides a function to find duplicate records. The feature is definitely in Excel 2007 but it could have been in previous versions too.
Call me a pessimist but to be honest I don’t really know exactly how that built in function works. Read On >