When we were about to open our office in Bratislava we decided to create a series of posters inspired by Magento and eCommerce. We didn’t consider a possibility to have standard mainstream IKEA posters on the walls, so we wanted to create some custom artwork, which would represent our ideas, dreams and spirit in the best possible way. We have created 7 posters and each of them has a story behind. Lets dive into details.
Today we are going to change Magento default products displaying order. I mean “sort by” field and it’s direction. This article will show how to add a new sorting field, called “Date added” to the products list.
In most Magento templates, we can see the language selector provided as a simple pull down menu. Let’s explore a way to enhance the look and make a more attractive, custom style.
In the example below, I’ll tell you how to make a multilingual store and replace the standard language selector with flag icons.
Magento is a relatively intelligent system. It implements an Event/Observer pattern for end users to hook into. You can catch different events and process them with your logic after. For example, if you want to perform an action after a user was logged in, you can use customer_login event, for an action implementation after the event.