Monthly Archive:: March 2014
In the “additional information” section of the product view page, I had removed the “N/A” attributes (see post) but then I decided that it would be nice to have a few of the additional attributes such as manufacturer and classification as links to the product search page to help customers search. The change is pretty
I’ve never been a big fan of the search auto complete because it usually produces inaccurate results and sometimes leads the user to click on a suggested term that may not be exactly what they were looking for. Commenting out one single line in your template is all that’s needed to remove the functionality. OPEN:
While reviewing the google merchant center dashboard, I’d notice every now and then that there would be errors listed as ‘wrong url’. At first, there were only a few skus, so I simply ignored the issue until each week there’d be more and more skus listed. Doing some research into it, the google feed file
I was struggling with a way to change the layered navigation so that categories and sub-categories would display the actual url but have any other parameters use ‘rel=nofollow’ so that the duplicate page content would be minimized. The solution is a 2-step process that changes the “cat=xx” parameter to the proper url and then another
The original installation of Magento comes with standard links at the bottom of every page – links such as ‘Site Map’, ‘Search Terms’, ‘Advanced Search’, ‘Orders and Returns’, ‘Contact Us’, ‘RSS’ and a store switcher.
I was trying to think of a simple way to add a block on the bottom of the home page that would list X number of new products recently added without worrying about setting the news_from_date etc. Then it dawned on me!