Posts tagged with tag: 'magento'
From time to time, we have to manipulate with the messages in Magento. It is really easy if you just change the message text – in this case, you can simply open a corresponding translation file in the current package “locale” directory or “app/locale” with your favorite text editor and change an appropriate message without editing any template files.
As everyone who uses Magento knows, in most cases after each order, the customer receives an order confirmation email which contains some useful information about an order that has been just placed. However, sometimes, it would be great to provide some additional information alongside with an order confirmation – such as payment information. There are some ways in Magento for extending emails with custom info, but often they require a lot of time and deep technical knowledges. Let’s leave these ways for people who has an extra time and review the simple and fast way how to add an invoice information to the order confirmation email.
If you are a web developer, there’s one thing you are doing from day to day, no matter how good you are. You can write a good code, and you may know your work like a pro, but usually you have to integrate your solutions into different systems which were, unfortunately, created by someone else. Here we meet the thing that can turn into the nightmare for you if you are following a wrong way – the debugging.
After publishing the Technology Track presentations from Magento Imagine 2013, we continue with the Business Track today.
Magento Imagine 2013 is in the past, and we all are looking forward to the next event now. However, it is always good to recap all the knowledge we’ve gained there. For this purpose we’ve decided to collect all of the presentations and videos together to bring them up for your enjoyment.
If you look inside of your Magento system.log from time to time, you will notice an error there like the following one:
2011-01-12T14:16:52+00:00 DEBUG (7): HEADERS ALREADY SENT: Call stack is here..
As you may already know, it can take a lot of time to find the place where the issues like this one appeared. So, let’s investigate why it happens and what we can do to speed up the bug fixing process.