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Magento Community version 1.7

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In checkout/onepage.phtml you have a line that generates li's with different classes given they are sections that are allowed or not. I'm not a pro in CSS but I suggest you display:none the class sec …
answered Mar 13 '14 by Julien Lachal
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I've been playing with the catalogsearch for a while, and I'm almost done, but there is one odd thing happening to me. The only "usable in search" attributes are name, child_skus and synonyme. In chil …
asked Sep 25 '14 by Julien Lachal
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I've noticed a weird behavior from the WYSIWYG editor in the product description. Whenever I insert an image it will output <img src="{{media url="http://example.com/media/wysiwyg/the-picture.jpg"} …
asked Mar 4 '14 by Julien Lachal
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It's hard to say. Either they added them themselves to products (inside a product admin page, you'll see the relevant tabs on the left side), or there is a cronjob importing products from somewhere. …
answered Apr 5 '17 by Julien Lachal
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Translations work on different levels, you could have them in a CSV files just like you do, in local.xml in a <translate> node inside your theme folder, or directly in the DB using "inline translation …
answered Dec 2 '16 by Julien Lachal
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A good workaround would be to build your own admin module for bulk customer import, and have it use Ajax calls to a controller to import data in smaller sets. This way you won't run out of memory beca …
answered Mar 6 '14 by Julien Lachal
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I suggest you create classes using the color names and modify the filter labels to add that class (given the option name) and have a nice CSS behind that to display some nice squares. As far as sizes …
answered Jul 23 '14 by Julien Lachal
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You might want to have a look at how it's done in the core of Magento, what you'll find is this : $session = Mage::getSingleton('customer/session'); $session->login('username', 'password'); $session …
answered May 28 '14 by Julien Lachal
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It's better to delete all the useless products in your store, if you are sure that you won't need them later down the line. You can easily do a script that will query the DB to get all the product …
answered Jun 6 '17 by Julien Lachal
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$product= Mage::getModel('catalog/product')->load(123456); is the right method, where 123456 is the id of the product. You could try that $product= Mage::getModel('catalog/product')->load('sku', 'mys …
answered Aug 19 '14 by Julien Lachal
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I can't seem to find the controller responsible for the handling of tracking numbers on order shipments (in the admin). I have an issue where entering a tracking number, then hit Save (supposedly crea …
asked Mar 2 '16 by Julien Lachal
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I have my fulltext catalogsearch working fine for now, but I still see some not-so-relevant results. Before telling me that Magento's built-in search is terrible I'll tell you that I know there are fr …
asked Sep 26 '14 by Julien Lachal
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What you are describing is a grouped product. A grouped product is an "abstract" product, in the way that you don't actually sell it as it doesn't exist. Say you are selling boxes : Box A : 60x6 …
answered Aug 12 '14 by Julien Lachal