When running a magento store, you may come up with the idea of keeping your latest product(s) in the first place(s). But you still want to have the rest of the category listing ordered by another value or attribute you specified. As of Magento 126.96.36.199, there seems to be no way achieving this except for using a plugin.
If you do not want to invest into a plugin and you are are little bit into coding,
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For the relaunch of a project’s website, we chose to use two CMSes: Magento for managing products and being able to actually sell products online and WordPress for good old content such as news around products and company, information about the products’ designers and other similar stuff. But we were also having “satellite sites” / microsites around specific products or brands that were managed in different content management systems on different servers. This made publishing content to those different websites challenging and confusing for the editors as well as maintaining the sites for me as developer.
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After explaining, how to use Different database connections in WordPress development environments, I’m going to show, how to set up Magento development environments with different database connections. Magento works a little different here, since it has its database connection in an XML file rather than a configuration .php-file.
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