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  • Magento
    Create a Custom Payment Method Module in Magento: Part TwoMagento
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    In this series, we're working on how to create a custom payment method extension in Magento. In the first part, we created a basic back­-end configuration for our custom payment method. We created a basic module, and we'll extend it in this article. Today, we'll see how to list our custom payment method in the front­-end checkout process and save custom fields related to our custom payment method along with other order information.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating a List of Posts With the Same Categories as the Current OneCreating list of posts in same category as current post preview
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    Related posts plugins are great, but sometimes you want a bit more control over what's displayed. Here I'll show you how to display a list of posts with the same categories as the current one, and give you tips on how to use this technique with tags and taxonomy terms.Read More…
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    Understand Overriding in Magento: ControllersMagento
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    In the third and last article of this Magento overriding series, I'll explain how to override core controller files. In the previous two articles of this series, we discussed overriding core files for blocks and models by creating a custom module. In this tutorial, we'll look at overriding core controller files.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: Seventh BatchTemplate tags featured image
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    In this eighth part of the series, we're going to go through the seventh batch of the almost 200 template tags.Read More…
  • APIs
    Getting Started With the Instagram API: Media EndpointsPreview
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    Now that you're ready to dive into the Instagram API, we'll begin by registering a client application and searching for popular and place-based images through geolocation.Read More…
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    Understand Overriding in Magento: ModelsMagento
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    In this series, we're exploring overriding features available in the Magento eCommerce system. In the previous article, we discussed how to override core block files using a custom module. Today, I'll extend it and demonstrate how you can override core model files using an XML-based configuration file.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: Sixth BatchTemplate tags featured image
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    In this seventh part of the series, we're going to go through the sixth batch of the almost 200 template tags.Read More…
  • APIs
    Introduction to the Instagram APIPreview
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    More than 26% of all online adults use Instagram to post intriguing real-time imagery from around the world, making it an ideal platform for web developers to explore.Read More…
  • Magento
    Understand Overriding in Magento: BlocksMagento
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    Today, I am going to explain the core files overriding feature in one of the most successful e-commerce frameworks, Magento. In fact, it'll be a series of articles explaining the concept of overriding the core files of different components of Magento module like blocks, models and controllers. In this tutorial, we'll go through the process of overriding core blocks by creating a Magento custom module.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: Fifth BatchTemplate tags featured image
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    In this sixth part of the series, we're going to go through the fifth batch of the almost 200 template tags.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Build a Custom WordPress User Flow — Part 1: Replace the Login PageTutsplus icon
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    In this first tutorial in a three-part series on customizing the WordPress login experience, you will learn how to better integrate the WordPress login screen to your site's look and feel by replacing it with a custom WordPress page.Read More…
  • Magento
    Create a Custom API in Magento: Part TwoMagento
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    In this series, we're discussing custom APIs in Magento. In the first part, we created a full-fledged custom module to implement the custom API, in which we created the required files to plug in the custom APIs provided by our module. In this second and last part, we'll go through the back-­end section to demonstrate how to consume the APIs.Read More…
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