Articles in the ‘Look and feel’ Category
If you have some CSS knowledge (or even if you don’t ) you may want to play around the CSS and customize Ultimento to fit your specific needs. Here’s what you need to know.Read Article ›
The first step in customizing Utimento is to change the logo with your own!Read Article ›
The default graphic is a banner that says “30 day money guarantee” but you can easily change it with any other image.Read Article ›
Easily customize Ultimento’s files while making sure your changes won’t be affected should you update your copy when new versions are released.Read Article ›
Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I update my store without overwriting my custom changes?
Easily customize Ultimento’s files while making sure your changes won’t be affected should you update your copy when new versions are released. Here's how to customize Ultimento while keeping your installation 100% upgrade proof.
- How do I customize multiple instances of Ultimento on a single Magento installation?
For each store create dedicated folders under app and skin. Then navigate to System > Configuration > Design > Theme and for each Store View change the values for "Templates", "Skin (Images / CSS)", and "Layout" to the appropriate folder name. (Keep "Ultimento" in the "Default" field.)
For each store copy the Ultimento skin files over to the new skin folder and start customizing from there. For layout and template files, only copy the files you want to customize.
Also make sure to save your serial under the General Configuration scope and under each Store View scope where Ultimento is installed ;).