The New TomatoCart Template Engine with Twitter Bootstrap

It’s good practice to have a core, underlying CSS definition so that your website appears and acts consistently across all browsers. After long time investigation TomatoCart Team decides to use Twitter Bootstrap as the underlying CSS framework for new TomatoCart template engine.

Bootstrap is a HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript framework that helps simplify the site design and development. It is a responsive framework and it was made work perfect in the latest desktop browsers (as well as IE7!), as well as the mobile devices (tablet and Smartphone) browsers.

Bootstrap provides a 12-column responsive grid, dozens of UI components, JavaScript plugins, typography, form controls, etc.

With new TomatoCart Bootstrap Framework, now you have: Learn More

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Undestanding the Parent/Children Layers in Silex

When you want to use Silex it is important to understand that there is a layer hierarchy.
 Some layers are called “parent layers” and some are called “children layers”.

We call parent layer, a layer from which one another layer had been created (its children layer).

If you want more details about layers you can look at the article “page creation”.

3 basics things: Learn More

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How to Remove the phpFox Branding

This article will focus on how to remove the phpFox branding that is enabled by default in phpFox.

phpFox offers branding removal for a one-time fee of $49.  You have the option of purchasing this when you make your initial purchase of your phpFox license, or you can purchase it at a later date.

If you purchase it with your license purchase, you can take care of the branding removal when you install phpFox (as well as when you upgrade phpFox) on the Verification page as seen below. Learn More

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