Editing CSS Selectors with iColorPicker

November 23, 2012
iColorPicker allows you to easily customize literally any color and fonts from your OpenCart theme without any mighty programming knowledge. One of the latest and greatest features that we have implemented in iColorPicker the CSS Selector function. It is useful for picking a CSS Selector from your theme and thus changing its color. If this is the first time you come across the term CSS Selector, no worries. A CSS Selector is a pattern that is used to selecting an element we want to change. This tutorial is intended as an ABC on how to use the powerful CSS Selector function.
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Supercharged Custom Footer for OpenCart

October 10, 2012
The idea for a custom footer solution for OpenCart, which later evolved into iCustomFooter, got into circulation while we were working on Organica Premium OpenCart Theme. We wanted to create a one-fit-all footer solution that is resource-rich, easily customisable, while at the same time provides the flexibility and blends well, with any OpenCart store. Before long iCustomFooter was born. Since then, we have been meticulously working on improving, updating and adding new features, which brought iCustomFooter to today's position of a preferred custom footer choice among developers, webshop owners and OpenCart aficionados.
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Handcrafting a Bug Report Like a Champion (part 2)

As we have already gotten ourselves acquainted with the building blocks and the semantics of how to communicate our program faults with a programmer, now its time to stress on the importance of the eloquence of the report. Albeit there is no silver bullet and each and every programmer would prefer bugs reported in a different way we hope to throw some light on the general economic consent of the blogpost - to save time for both parties.
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Handcrafting a Bug Report Like a Champion (part 1)

Both customers and developers view bug reports in a different way. From the customers' perspective a bug report is the message that the customer sends when something is not working. Whereas the developer views the bug report as the needed information to get the problem fixed.
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