Magento 1.4 Themes Design

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Jan 1, 2011 - Computers - 292 pages
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The book is written in an informal tone with clear, step-by-step guides through the major tasks in the book. This book is aimed at web designers and web developers who are not familiar with Magento at all, and at Magento designers and developers who are more familiar with Magento 1.3 than Magento 1.4. The book assumes knowledge of HTML and CSS and an awareness, but not in-depth knowledge of, PHP syntax.
 

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Richard Carter is a front-end web developer with a passion for integrating designs in a range of open source e-commerce and content management systems, including Magento, MediaWiki, Joomla!, and Drupal. His expertise has led clients including University College Dublin, Directgov, NHS Choices, and BusinessLink.gov.uk, to consult his knowledge on open source systems. Richard is Creative Director at Peacock Carter Ltd (peacockcarter.co.uk), a web design and development agency based in the North East of England. He graduated from the University of Durham in Software Engineering, and currently lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He blogs at earlgreyandbattenburg.co.uk and tweets at twitter.com/RichardCarter.

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