I ran into this nice Excel Plugin that lets you import web analytics data from Google Analytics into a spreadsheet. It’s an open source project and 100% free to download and use for individuals and businesses.
WordPress’s Auto-Save feature is a really nice but there are some drawbacks… this feature increases your database usage. So for those of you that are on really bad shared hosting accounts or just want to turn it off, here’s a quick way of doing it.
Open and insert the following line in your wp-config.php file.
Another method is to remove all of the entries from the database from time to time. You can do tun this query to do it:
Magento is a pretty flexible platform. That flexibility comes with a price though; You have to be knowledgeable of the functions that are available to you to utilize. Finding or knowing them is a challenge though. Here is one of those such functions that you may need to display the product Sku on a category page.
Everyone’s encountered those standard 404 error pages that yield little or no information. Most new systems have this feature built in by default and often times are pretty fancy with informative to funny graphics and lots of options on what to do next but, if your working on updating an old site not using dynamically based web pages then, your going to have to add one manually. For your user’s experience, it’s better to provide a helpful error message and links to where they can continue on their quest for information. You don’t want to scare your visitors away do you? Here’s how to add your own custom 404 error page to your website:
If you don’t already have an .htaccess file in your servers root, go ahead and create one. Now you need to instruct .htaccess where your custom error page is. In this example, I have the 404 document which I created with my editor that provides lots of useful information for users to continue browsing my site. Now add this line to your .htaccess file and that’s it!