Most read blog posts for October 2013

Posted by Pixafy Team


Which posts were your favorites this month? We’ve rounded up Pixafy’s most read blog posts for October, 2013 and are sharing them with you. In case you missed any, now’s the perfect time to catch up! Let us know in comments what you want to read next — we’re open to suggestions! 

  1. Sending emails programmatically in Magento
    Manny’s tutorial on sending emails programmatically in Magento tops our most read posts this month! Check out his time-saving tips.
  2. Creating a Magento custom model
    Holding steady in the charts, Yongji‘s useful tutorial on creating custom Magento models continues to interest our readers.
  3. Sublime Text 2 advanced techniques [part 2]: Custom build systems
    September’s most read topicSublime Text continues to remain relevant this month. Part 2 of Kurt’s advanced techniques explores custom builds and running command line build commands from within ST2, with tips to improve your workflow.
  4. Five handy Sublime Text 2 tips
    Readers continued to find our Sublime Text optimization tips and tutorials to be very useful and heavily shared them across social media channels!
  5. Tutorials, tips, and theming: Best of Sublime Text series
    Featuring our top Sublime Text tips and hacks, this collection helps you customize and get the most out of your code editor.
  6. Sublime Text 2 advanced techniques [part 1]
    Digging into Sublime Text 2 techniques, part 1 of the series discusses ST2 Projects, Snippets, utilizing Dropbox to store packages and more.
  7. Overcoming Magento’s full-page cache through hole punching
    With holiday eCommerce shopping quickly approaching, fast site speeds on your Magento Enterprise eCommerce site becomes ever more important. Tom’s post on utilizing full-page cache through hole punching in Magento offers a tutorial on utilizing full-page cache through hole punching to attain just that.
  8. Fast caching in Backbone.js using localStorage
    Darren’s helpful post on using localStorage for Backbone.js to achieve fast caching has gained steady interest over the months.
  9. Overcoming Magento’s WYSIWYG [part 2]: Customizing TinyMCE settings Customing TinyMCE settings can help you get the most out of your WYSIWYG in Magento. Check out this tutorial for a step-by-step tutorial!
  10. How to create coupon codes in Magento – Beginner’s Tutorial #1
    With holiday online shopping is around the corner, it pays to get your business and your site ready for customers. Raechel’s tut for creating coupon codes in Magento helps you set up different shopping cart rules that will let your customers take advantage of your great deals.

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