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Questions about creating, modifying and configuring Magento themes

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You can either move your store views onto store group level to free up one level of the fallback or observe some event that triggers early enough but after config has already been loaded and replace the design/theme/default node. …
answered Jan 10 '14 by Foo Bar
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You shall move the templates of those extensions to either base/default theme or the theme you purchased. I recommend the base/default theme because it will will work in case you will change theme again. …
answered Sep 7 '13 by Foo Bar
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custom theme you have to move cms_page block directly to content block using unsetChild/remove routine and then removecms.wrapper` block. …
answered Feb 22 '14 by Foo Bar
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So the question is actually about page layout and there are 2 ways to achieve it. Either put your slider into the template/page/html/header.phtml of your theme and then wrap it into the "if" clause … which will check if the current page is home or not. Modify template/page/2columns-left.phtml of your theme calling a new block between header and main content area. Of course you also have to define a block itself and add it under the cms_index_index layout handle. …
answered Jun 15 '14 by Foo Bar
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The quick search brought up a usage in /app/design/frontend/base/default/template/page/html/notices.phtml
answered Oct 20 '13 by Foo Bar
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Also it will make sense to execute your custom code on page load. For prototype: Event.observe(document, 'dom:loaded', function() { ... }); For jQuery: jQuery(document).ready(function() { …
answered May 26 '14 by Foo Bar
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SASS and Compass are not intended to make your website responsive. There are some other frameworks which are doing so (Twitter Bootstrap, Zurb Foundation, Skeleton etc). However I personally don't re …
answered Nov 26 '13 by Foo Bar
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You have to put the following code as a layout update: <reference name="left"> <block type="catalog/layer_view" name="catalog.leftnav" before="-" template="catalog/layer/view.phtml"/> </reference …
answered Jul 17 '13 by Foo Bar
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The quick and ugly way is to check the current customer's group and then set the theme programatically: Mage::getDesign()->setArea('frontend') ->setPackageName('your_package') ->setTheme … then trim leading and trailing underscores. So now you can set a custom theme for any customer group through xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <layout> <customer_group_wholesale …
answered Sep 17 '13 by Foo Bar
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4 x 4 = 16 {{block type="catalog/product_list" column_count="4" category_id="4" limit="16" template="catalog/product/featured.phtml"}}
answered Feb 24 '14 by Foo Bar
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translate.csv of your theme. It will exclude module dependencies and will also make your theme re-distributable with translations. …
answered Jun 25 '13 by Foo Bar
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Block can always be referenced by name. Alias (as) is used to simplify the long name of a block and the only differs with the scope. Name has to be unique within the page and alias within a parent blo …
answered Feb 15 '13 by Foo Bar
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Phil is absolutely right but theoretically there is a workaround (not that pretty though). You can create a custom module which will introduce the layout update. Then in the module you can check if t …
answered Apr 1 '14 by Foo Bar
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The scripts or style sheets should be added with layout updates. This can be done either within your theme or layout updates in admin panel like this: <reference name="head"> <action method …
answered Apr 19 '14 by Foo Bar