Anyone who has used Magento for an extended period of time knows that although it is packed with features and functionality, it all comes at a cost - performance. With a large database and even larger code base even small stores with less than 100 products can find their Magento site running painfully slow if set up incorrectly. With your sites performance affecting your customers and sales, it is a no brainer to spend the time to optimise your site.
One of the first things to ...
Location: S W London/ Richmond
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Karolina Haller (karolina at logicspot.com)
Start date: Immediate
We are a young, dynamic and rapidly growing web development agency based in SW London with some cool clients and great projects.
Due to continued success and growth we are now looking to appoint the services of a PHP OOP Web Developer with experience of implementing and maintaining Magento.
Time for a quick tech post for a change. Most of my time is spent running and growing the business - like 95% of the time actually ... but for 5% of the time, I like to get my sleeves rolled up and do some coding - be it with Magento, WordPress, JS, JQuery, CSS or something else that I really enjoy.
I had an issue very early this morning that I was going through debugging some of Nathan's code in a web browser for Extreme Algarve. It's not a tough piece of code - a web-based form, with so ...
In October 2011, Magento ecommerce released version 1.6.1 which adds some new features to Magento ecommerce including a two-step password reset flow and a Webservices API update.
Finally Magento ecommerce 1.6.1 allows you to add configurable products to your wishlist with options defined - making it much more easier to save products you want to buy later.