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Making of Zendesk Custom Responsive Theme

Some highlights on making a custom responsive Zendesk theme. Zendesk templates could be customized with HTML, JavaScript and CSS. It is also possible to have multiple languages customization inside templates. Continue reading

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Ebay Templates Coding Guide

Coding eBay template could be troublesome experience. Some tips to circumvent pitfalls of such a task. Continue reading

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vQmod Script to Modify Core Controllers for OpenCart Theme Template

When you want to add new texts to your OpenCart template there is a need not only to add translations to language files and to insert string into a template, but also controllers core files must be modified. We can modify this files with vQmod scripts, to enable smoothie upgrades to the core shop. Continue reading

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WordPress Themes Using CSS and XTHML

WordPress.com is an effective medium to sell brands or services online. Through this free and open-source blogging tool, you get the freedom to express anything you feel or post anything you want to sell on the World Wide Web without having to buy a domain. Continue reading

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GetSimple CMS – Really Easy Basic CMS

My experience with GetSimple CMS. Very useful easy CMS for small simple sites content management. Easily changing templates and features. Some plugins extend its functionality for contact page, sitemap etc. Continue reading

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Making Templates for Volusion and Netsuite Comparison

Both packages have advanced editing option, not good enough to produce a decent design and XHTML. You can’t edit whole HTML code of any given page on either. But overall on Volusion you may edit more things then on Netsuite. Let’s make it clear: on both systems you’ll not be able to edit everything you want either way. Continue reading

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