Meanwhile, we continue having fun with Magento. Sometimes developers' comments appear to be a cry from the depths. Never mind, that's the way it goes.
One day we decided to figure out how Magento works. We were curious to get an insight into 'the first e-commerce open source platform.'
We wrote this article for our clients who address to us with the same problem: “I can’t save the pages. I fill in the page name and click Translate. Then I click Save and get Validation Error."
You’ll find the explanation in the article.
Once, we faced a problem. We received a ticket from our clients: “Can't update the price of the 63072 m item”. This is an e-commerce website with automatic import in exl format. We made this site a long time ago.
Google released a new instrument that tests a web-site for mobile-friendly design. How useful can it be for us? Having taken the test, you'll know if the pages of your web-site are mobile-friendly. If they are not, read the recommendations on how to improve it.
I've decided to share with you a driver that we use to work with MySQL database. This class is a PDO extension and includes ready-to-use functions to perform CRUD. It uses the singleton pattern. The primary task is to reduce the number of mistakes in routine operations and reduce the amount of lines of code.
If you need to install Curl on Ubuntu, it's not a big deal! Here's a code fragment.