Thursday, February 24, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
As a Magento developer you frequently encounter the Configuration page of Magento admin backend. But have you ever noticed how these configuration pages are created and where are those configuration options saved? If not don't worry, today I will tell you how to create an admin configuration page for you custom module. You might wonder that their is no '.phtml' involved in this configuration page. Shocked! Its ok, we have to play only with the xmls to create this functionality. So now lets start the development.
By: Arvind Bhardwaj On 3:52 AM
Monday, February 21, 2011
It would be really tempting to implement Twitter style fixed header menu in your web pages. But it can become a headache for you because of cross browser CSS issues. The bad guy IE always makes the mischief. So I have tried to create a good looking header that looks like that of Twitter. Hope it will help you beautifying you web pages. Take a look at it...
By: Arvind Bhardwaj On 9:08 AM
Monday, February 14, 2011
In some cases you might need to hide the 'Add Item' button on the grid page in backend module for admin. This may eat your head if you have no idea of what is going on. But this is as simple as nothing. Follow the below given steps and you are done in less than a minute.
By: Arvind Bhardwaj On 4:31 AM
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
In this article we will learn an advanced OOPS programming concept in PHP known as Method chaining. If you have worked on PHP frameworks like Zend, Magento or CakePHP, you might have noticed a very convinient style of accessing methods of different classes, It looks as:
$obj->foo()->bar()->anotherMethod();This type of programming technique is known as method chaining. If you are thinking how is it possible to perform this chaining, then don't worry. Today we will learn this fancy concept.
By: Arvind Bhardwaj On 11:25 PM
Sunday, February 6, 2011
By: Arvind Bhardwaj On 9:55 AM