I love Sublime Text 2, it is by far my favorite text editor and although it comes with a decent theme, I find it to be a bit too much so I changed it, just as most developers choose to theme their text editors. So one day while inspecting a page in Chrome’s Dev Tools I got to thinking about how I wished there was a way to theme it, because I just don’t like a white background. (more…)
In a previous post, we shared our team’s notes of common mistakes developers make in WordPress. Of course, here at Pixafy we work on multiple platforms, so we now turn our attention to Magento.
Having completed numerous Magento sites here at Pixafy, and numerous certified developers on staff, we have seen it all! Our team has again compiled some great tips to avoid making mistakes. We break it down evenly, with four tips for front-end developers and designers, and four for programmers and engineers: (more…)
Sublime Text 2 is one of the fastest, if not the fastest code editor I have ever used. You’ll notice the speed difference even the first time you open a new window. But that’s not the only thing that’s good about it. It offers a wide array of plugins that will allow you customize the editor to your liking, but even if you don’t use plugins, the base functionality is impressive enough. Here are a few of my favorite features: (more…)
Here at Pixafy, I’m proud to say that I’ve completed a fair share of WordPress sites and have went from being, well, a noob, to a master. One can never master anything because life is always a learning experience, right?
I’d like to think that I know WordPress enough by now that I can look at a design for a site and already have an idea of how I’m going to integrate it into the CMS (of course,this varies project by project). And because life is always a learning experience, I’d been given the opportunity to get my hands dirty with a Magento site all of my own. (more…)