Just released! The Customizable PDF Invoice Module for Magento and Customizable PDF Packing Slip Module for Magento now allow text wrapping to be configured in the admin interface for both the item name and SKU columns.
We are pleased to announce that all of our extensions have been successfully tested with Magento 1.7!
New version of our Customizable PDF Invoice and Customizable PDF Packing Slip modules have been released containing Magento 1.7 compatibility updates.
If code written for Magento is executed outside of Magento—as occurs when running unit tests—Magento’s normal startup process (which registers its autoload functionality) is not run. Without the autoloader in place, the first time PHP encounters a request to initialize a class which it doesn’t recognize, it will error out with a “class not found” error. Also, without Magento’s startup process running, PHP doesn’t know about the Mage family of singleton methods (e.g. Mage::getModel(), Mage::helper()) which are commonly used to create class instances. Continue reading
Using code, how would we give a Magento item a one-time special price then add that item to the shopping cart?
The process is simple:
Want to make your store name stand out on your PDF invoice (example to the right)?
By default, Magento’s PDF invoice displays your entire store address/information block using the same font/font size. Now, Ben Gribaudo’s Customizable PDF Invoice Module gives you separate font/font size settings for both the store address’s first line and the rest of the address. Continue reading
This new feature replaces Magento’s PDF invoice’s default “Discount” line with “Coupon (code)” when a coupon has been used on the associated order. Continue reading
New feature—the forthcoming PDF invoice customization module allows item columns (item name, SKU, price each, tax, etc.) to be customized in three ways:
Yesterday, while building the admin interface for a Magento module, I wanted to populate a select control (a.k.a. combobox or drop-down list) with a custom list of options. Inserting the select control was simple. Building the custom options class also was easy. However, figuring out how to wire in the custom options list took a little bit of time. Continue reading
Over the past month or so, I’ve been building a Magento eCommerce module allowing PDF invoices to be customized in four areas: