Blog Roundup

Most read blog posts for March, 2013

Posted by Pixafy Team

It’s the beginning of a new month, but what have you been enjoying on our blog in the past 30 days?  Here’s the post our readers have been checking out most often in March:

  1. Most read blog posts for February, 2013
    This is why this post exists!  Our first blog roundup was heavily read, likely as it pointed to some of our most popular content.
  2. Overcoming Magento’s full-page cache through hole punching
    Tom’s post on working with Magento’s caching system gained traction thanks to a Reddit post.
  3. 9 common mistakes developers make in WordPress
    Posted in February, the roundup of pitfalls to avoid has proven popular.
  4. Harry’s gets a handle on what shavers really want
    Our latest Magento launch, Harry’s has proven already to be a big hit.
  5. 9 ways to improve your code
    Our collaborative post from February moved its way up the list in March!
  6. Five handy Sublime Text 2 tips
    The text editor is popular, and the post has gained some quick traction.
  7. Hosting a successful tech meetup
    Raechel posted her thoughts on do’s and don’ts for tech meetups, which has proven well-read.
  8. Overcoming Magento’s WYSIWYG editor
    Kurt’s first blog post, from January, continues to strikes a chord with many Magento front-end developers.
  9. The two most important aspects of a good job
    The post has fallen down the list a bit, but remains a heavily read piece despite having been posted almost a year ago!
  10. Using the shell_exec function to integrate PHP and server software
    This post, also on our blog for some time, hangs on at the #10 spot.

We thank all of you who take the time out to read our posts! Let us know in the comments if there’s a post you particularly enjoyed, or if there’s a topic you’d like us to approach.